Indofil M-45 is a contact fungicide of Di thiocarbamate group, which checks the growth of fungus and spread of diseases. It reduces the activity of enzymes in fungus which in turn reduces the energy production and finally results in death of the fungus.
- Broad spectrum disease control - Indofil M-45 is an effective protectant fungicide which controls the disease caused by all four major classes of plant pathogens in wide range of the cross.
- King of fungicides - M-45 is Widely used and trustworthy fungicide which offering effective control of wide of disease.
- Wide spectrum use - Used for foliar sprays, seed treatment and nursery drenching in many crops.
- Fit for resistance management - Due to multisite mode of action, the risk of resistance development is very low; therefore, it can be used repeatedly for number of years.
- Cost effective - Cost benefits for disease control over non-EBDCs.
- Provide nutrients - Potential health benefit to the plant by providing Manganese and Zinc as micro nutrients.
- Prevent from frost damage- Best fungicide to be used along with systemic fungicides for protective and curative control of disease and to prevent of delay resistance development.
- Environmentally safe – Low persistence in environment as it rapidly degrades in soil and water, no leaching potential.
CROPS - Field crops, Fruits and Vegetables
INSECTS/ DISEASES - Septoria Leaf spot, Botrytis fruit rot, Fruit rot, Early blight, Late blight, Sigatoka, Anthracnose, Alternaria, Dieback, Leaf spots, Downy mildew, Anthracnose, Brown and Black Rust, Tikka Disease
- Regular irrigation should be given in Corn at an interval of 6-10 days depending upon soil and climate. Avoid excessive irrigation or water stagnation in the field up to 30 days.
MODE OF ACTION - M-45 is a broad-spectrum fungicide with protective action. The product is fungitoxic when exposed to air. It is converted to an isothiocyanate, which inactivates the sulphahydral groups in enzymes of fungi. The metals are exchanged between mancozeb and enzymes of fungi, thus causing disturbance in fungal enzyme functioning.