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Panther gold

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PANTHER GOLD is a contact / non-systemic fungicide with protective and curative action.
It gives excellent protection against a wide range of fungal pathogens

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Panther gold

  1. 1. PANTHER GOLD [CAPTAN 70% + HEXACONAZOLE 5% WP]  PANTHER GOLD is a contact / non-systemic fungicide with protective and curative action.  It gives excellent protection against a wide range of fungal pathogens.  PANTHER GOLD used for foliar application, has a longer protection period than any other fungicide.
  2. 2.  PANTHER GOLD not phytotoxic when used as per recommendation.  Take the required quantity of PANTHER GOLD, dilute with a little water and stir well by using a stick. Then add the remaining quantity of water as per spray volume required and mix well again by stirring.
  3. 3. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR FIELD USE Crop Common name of the diseases Dosage / acre [gm] Dilution in water [lt.] Waiting Period / PHI [in days] Chillies Fruit rot (Anthracnose) 200 - 400 200 5 Potato Early blight & Late blight 200 - 400 200 21
  4. 4. In addition to above PANTHER GOLD may be effective against diseases of following crops: CROP COMMON NAME OF THE DISEASES Grape Downy mildew Citrus Brown rot; scab Carrot Leaf spots; Alternaria blight Tomato Early blight, Late blight Ornamentals Leaf spot Rose Black spot Chilli Damping-off [Nursery]  Soil drench in the nursery @ 0.20 - 0.25% Brinjal Beans Cabbage /Cauliflower Tomato Tobacco Note: In case of fruit trees /nursery treatment as soil drench the values given pertain to concentration of a.i. (g) in spray solution and volume of spray solution required per tree.
  5. 5. CHILLIES Anthracnose of Chilies(Fruit Rot)
  6. 6. POTAT0 Note the small, brown, slightly angular lesions on the foliage. 'Ranger Russet' with severe early blight symptoms. Classical early blight lesions on potato leaflets. Early Blight of Potato
  7. 7. Both early blight and late blight lesions on can be seen on these potato leaves. Early blight lesions on a potato tuber Early blight symptoms on a potato tuber.
  8. 8. LATE BLIGHT OF POTATO
  9. 9. GRAPES Downey Mildew of Grape
  10. 10. CITRUS Brown Rot of Citrus
  11. 11. CITRUS(CONT.) Scab of Citrus
  12. 12. CARROT Leaf Spot
  13. 13. CARROT Alternaria Blight of Carrot
  14. 14. TOMATO Late Blight of Tomato & Fruit Rot Anthracnose (rot) of tomato fruit (also called canker) Soft Rot(Black) on Tomato(Alternaria solani)
  15. 15. ROSES Black Spots of Roses (Diplocarpon rosae)
  16. 16. DAMPING OFF Chilies Tomato Brinjal Beans Cabbage Cauliflower Tobacco

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