Syngenta Uniform Fungicide 250ml

  • Diagnosis: Proper diagnosis of the fungal disease is crucial before applying a fungicide. Different fungal pathogens require specific treatments, so identifying the disease accurately will ensure effective control measures.
  • Selection: There are various types of fungicides available, including contact fungicides, systemic fungicides, and preventive fungicides. Contact fungicides work by directly contacting and killing the fungal spores on the plant surface. Systemic fungicides are absorbed by the plant and provide internal protection. Preventive fungicides create a protective barrier on the plant surface to prevent fungal infection. Choose a fungicide that is suitable for the target disease and the stage of the disease.
  • Application: Follow the instructions on the fungicide product label regarding application rates, timing, and method. Some fungicides are applied as sprays, while others may be applied as dusts or granules. Ensure thorough coverage of the plant, including both upper and lower leaf surfaces, stems, and fruit if applicable.
  • Timing and Frequency: Timing is crucial when applying fungicides. Apply the fungicide at the recommended stage of the disease or as a preventive measure before disease onset. Follow the recommended frequency of application, which can vary depending on the product and disease severity.
  • Safety Precautions: Always wear appropriate protective clothing, such as gloves, goggles, and a mask, when handling and applying fungicides. Follow all safety precautions mentioned on the product label. Keep children, pets, and other non-target organisms away from treated areas.
  • Rotation and Resistance Management: To prevent the development of resistance, it is essential to rotate between different fungicides with different modes of action. Avoid relying solely on one fungicide for an extended period. Consult with local agricultural authorities or experts for guidance on appropriate fungicide rotation strategies.


Fungicides are chemical or biological substances used to control or prevent the growth and spread of fungal diseases in plants. Fungal diseases can cause significant damage to crops, including yield reduction, quality loss, and even plant death. Fungicides help protect plants by inhibiting the growth and reproduction of fungal pathogens.


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