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Systemics
• Local Systemic
– Local
redistribution
from the point of
deposition
– On the cuticle
– Through the leaf
(transl...
Systemics
• Limited systemic
(acropetal penetrant)
– Good movement from
the point of application
– Through tissues
– Insid...
Systemics
• True Systemics
(Basipetal penetrant)
– Moves through plant
– Down into roots
– Good against soil-
borne oomyce...
Batista – Key Talking Points
• Batista is a Broad Spectrum Systemic
fungicide with protective and curative
action
• It is ...
Introduction(cont.)
• Batista is a Suspension Concentrate [SC] or
Flowables in which the solid active
ingredient is disper...
Method of Preparation for
Application
• Shake the bottle vigorously for 2 - 5 minutes to form a
homogeneous mixture before...
Method of Preparation for
Application(cont.)
• It provides a much better protection against
fungus infection than dusting ...
Foliar Spray
Seedling Dip
Soil Drench
Seed Treatment
Broadcasting
Seed Dressing / Treatment
• Mix the seeds with the required amount of
BATISTA with small amount of water.
• For treatment ...
Broadcasting
• Mix the required amount of Batista with sand
and then broadcast it in the field.
• Process is Commonly call...
Soil Drench
• Prepare a suspension of BATISTA in water
and apply with watering-can (rose-can)
• Soil drench is an expensiv...
Foliar Spray
• Mix little water to the recommended dose of
BATISTA and make slurry. Add remaining
recommended quantity of ...
Seedling Dip
• Seedling dip is recommended against some
root diseases and soil infections
• Prepare a suspension by mixing...
Post-Harvest Treatment of Fruits
• Prepare a suspension of BATISTA in water
and dip the fruits for half to one minute.
• D...
Batista - Broad Spectrum in action
CROP DISEASE DOSE/ACRE
PADDY FOOT ROT / SHEATH
BLIGHT / LEAF SPOT /
LEAF BLAST
Seed tre...
Batista - Broad Spectrum in action
CROP DISEASE DOSE/ACRE
FRUIT CROPS POWDERY MILDEW
/ ANTHRACNOSE /
FRUIT ROT
Spray @ 2ml...
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  1. 1. Systemics • Local Systemic – Local redistribution from the point of deposition – On the cuticle – Through the leaf (translaminar) – Extent is variable
  2. 2. Systemics • Limited systemic (acropetal penetrant) – Good movement from the point of application – Through tissues – Inside the vasculature – Bulk movement – DMIs, Phenylamides
  3. 3. Systemics • True Systemics (Basipetal penetrant) – Moves through plant – Down into roots – Good against soil- borne oomycetes – Fosetyl-Al
  4. 4. Batista – Key Talking Points • Batista is a Broad Spectrum Systemic fungicide with protective and curative action • It is absorbed through the roots and green tissues with translocation acropetally [upward] to plant parts • Batista used for control of external and internal fungal disease as well as soil borne fungi on a wide range of crops.
  5. 5. Introduction(cont.) • Batista is a Suspension Concentrate [SC] or Flowables in which the solid active ingredient is dispersed in a liquid together with additives to form a lasting stable water dispersible suspension. • Batista is found very effective as preventive / prophylactic foliar spray • Batista is water based formulation there by it is eco-friendly in nature
  6. 6. Method of Preparation for Application • Shake the bottle vigorously for 2 - 5 minutes to form a homogeneous mixture before dilution. • Batista disperses in water instantly and does not allow the spray solution to settle down for a longer period there by no frequent agitation is required during the spray • The prepared mixture should be sprayed within 30-40 minutes after preparing the mixture. If the spraying period is longer then stir the solution at an interval of every 40-45 minutes. • Preferably spray in early morning. Batista when sprayed forms a thin film covering on the total exposed area of plant parts.
  7. 7. Method of Preparation for Application(cont.) • It provides a much better protection against fungus infection than dusting or spraying with powder formulations, as it stays on plants for longer period as a fine film • Batista is very effective in adverse climatic conditions reduces surface runoff and provides uniform coverage over the foliages with enhanced stability & penetration
  8. 8. Foliar Spray Seedling Dip Soil Drench Seed Treatment Broadcasting
  9. 9. Seed Dressing / Treatment • Mix the seeds with the required amount of BATISTA with small amount of water. • For treatment of Potato tubers and Sugarcane sets, prepare a suspension of BATISTA in water and soak them for some time. Seed dressing is recommended against seed-borne diseases in rice, vegetables, oilseeds, pulses, etc.
  10. 10. Broadcasting • Mix the required amount of Batista with sand and then broadcast it in the field. • Process is Commonly called ‘Chitta’
  11. 11. Soil Drench • Prepare a suspension of BATISTA in water and apply with watering-can (rose-can) • Soil drench is an expensive treatment and is recommended only for controlling soil-borne diseases in nurseries, flower beds, etc.
  12. 12. Foliar Spray • Mix little water to the recommended dose of BATISTA and make slurry. Add remaining recommended quantity of water and spray uniformly with proper coverage of the plants. • Stock solution: On basis of the water requirement for the spraying per acre of field, calculate the number of spray tanks needed. In a bucket, take recommended amount of BATISTA • Note: The first spray should be given as soon as the first symptoms of disease are noticed, or even a little earlier. If the disease continues, give further sprays at intervals of 10-15 days.
  13. 13. Seedling Dip • Seedling dip is recommended against some root diseases and soil infections • Prepare a suspension by mixing the required amount of BATISTA in suitable volume of water. • Dip the roots of seedlings for 10 - 30 minutes in this suspension shortly before transplanting. • Alternatively, slurry of BATISTA with mud can be prepared and the roots of seedlings smeared.
  14. 14. Post-Harvest Treatment of Fruits • Prepare a suspension of BATISTA in water and dip the fruits for half to one minute. • Dry the fruits in shade. The fruits can be also sprayed or drenched instead of dipping. Post-harvest treatment of fruits is recommended against storage rots.
  15. 15. Batista - Broad Spectrum in action CROP DISEASE DOSE/ACRE PADDY FOOT ROT / SHEATH BLIGHT / LEAF SPOT / LEAF BLAST Seed treatment@3ml/kg of seed Seedling root dip @ 3ml/ltr of water Broadcast with urea/sand @ 500ml/acre Spray@300ml/acre COTTON WILT / LEAF SPOT Spray @ 300ml/acre (mix with 700ml safety) VEGETABLE / CHILLIES WILT / BLIGHT / POWDERY MILDEW / LEAF SPOT / DAMPING OFF Spray @ 300 ml/acre Soli Drenching @ 500ml/acre For Blight mix with 700 ml/acre Safety PULSES / SOYABEAN WILT / LEAF SPOT / POWDERY MILDEW Spray @ 300 ml/acre Soli Drenching @ 500ml/acre OILSEEDS / GROUNDNUT Leaf Spot Spray @ 300 ml/acre
  16. 16. Batista - Broad Spectrum in action CROP DISEASE DOSE/ACRE FRUIT CROPS POWDERY MILDEW / ANTHRACNOSE / FRUIT ROT Spray @ 2ml/ltr of water TUBERS / POTATO Black Scurf / Early & Late Blight Seed treatment Batista @ 3ml + VIP @ 3 ml / kg of seed Spray Batista @ 3 ml + Safety @ 5 ml / ltr of water

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