Bordeaubrühe WG - Bouillie bordelaise WG

Informazioni principali

  • Nome commerciale:
  • Bordeaubrühe WG - Bouillie bordelaise WG
  • Forma farmaceutica:
  • WG granulare idrodispersibile
  • Utilizzare per:
  • Piante
  • Tipo di medicina:
  • Agrochimico

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  • Lingua:
  • italiano

Informazioni terapeutiche

  • Gruppo terapeutico:
  • Fungicida

Altre informazioni

Status

  • Fonte:
  • UFAG - Ufficio federale dell'agricoltura. OFAG - Office fédéral de l'agriculture. BLW - Bundesamt für Landwirtschaft.
  • Numero dell'autorizzazione:
  • W-7065
  • Ultimo aggiornamento:
  • 18-11-2018

Foglio illustrativo: composizione, posologia, indicazioni, interazioni, gravidanza, allattamento, effetti indesiderati, controindicazioni

Denominazione commerciale: Bordeaubrühe WG

- Bouillie bordelaise WG

Elenco dei prodotti fitosanitari (stato: 06.11.2018)

Categoria di prodotti:

Titolare

dell'autorizzazione:

Numero federale di

omologazione:

Battericida

Fungicida

Schneiter Agro AG

W-7065

Principio:

Tenore:

Codice di formulazione:

Principio attivo: Rame (sotto forma di

preparati a base di calce)

20 %

WG granulare idrodispersibile

Applicazioni

A

Coltura

Agente

patogeno/Efficacia

Dosaggio

Restrizioni

B Fragola

Vaiolatura rossa della

fragola

Azione parziale:

Maculature angolari della

fragola

Concentrazione: 0.25 - 0.75 %

Dose: 2.5 - 7.5 kg/ha

Applicazione: Prima della fioritura e dopo il

raccolto.

1, 2, 3, 4

Lampone

Mora

Cancri del fusto del

lampone

Cancri del fusto della

mora di rovo

Concentrazione: 0.5 - 1.3 %

Dose: 5 - 13 kg/ha

Applicazione: Prima della fioritura e dopo il

raccolto.

1, 3, 4, 5, 6

Specie di

ribes

Seccume delle specie di

ribes

Concentrazione: 0.25 - 0.75 %

Dose: 2.5 - 7.5 kg/ha

Termine d'attesa: 3 Settimane

Applicazione: Immediatamente dopo la

fioritura e dopo il raccolto.

1, 3, 4, 7

O Ciliegio

Batteriosi del ciliegio

Concentrazione: 0.5 - 0.75 %

Dose: 8 - 12 kg/ha

Applicazione: Alla caduta delle foglie.

1, 3, 4, 8, 9

Frutta a

granelli

Ticchiolatura della frutta

a granelli

Concentrazione: 0.25 - 0.5 %

Dose: 4 - 8 kg/ha

Applicazione: Al germogliamento.

1, 3, 4, 9

O Frutta a

granelli

Ticchiolatura della frutta

a granelli

Concentrazione: 0.125 - 0.25 %

Dose: 2 - 4 kg/ha

1, 3, 4, 9, 10

A

Coltura

Agente

patogeno/Efficacia

Dosaggio

Restrizioni

Applicazione: Prima della fioritura.

Frutta a

nocciolo

Bolla del pesco

Bozzacchioni del susino

Vaiolatura della frutta a

nocciolo

Concentrazione: 0.5 - 0.75 %

Dose: 8 - 12 kg/ha

Applicazione: Al germogliamento.

1, 3, 4, 9

W Vite

Peronospora della vite

Azione parziale:

Marciume grigio

(Botrytis cinerea)

Oidio della vite

Effetto secondario:

Rossore parassitario

Concentrazione: 0.25 %

Dose: 4 kg/ha

Applicazione: Dopo la fioritura, al più tardi

entro metà agosto.

3, 4, 11, 12,

W Vite

Peronospora della vite

Concentrazione: 0.75 %

Dose: 12 kg/ha

Applicazione: Trattamento finale entro fine

agosto, soltanto in caso di forte infestazione.

3, 4, 12, 14

G Barbabietola

Cercosporiosi e

ramulariosi

Dose: 13 - 18 kg/ha

Termine d'attesa: 3 Settimane

1, 3, 4, 15

G Carote

Altenariosi delle carote

Dose: 13 - 18 kg/ha

Termine d'attesa: 3 Settimane

1, 3, 4, 15

G Cetrioli

Azione parziale:

Maculature angolari

Peronospora delle

Cucurbitacee

Concentrazione: 0.5 %

Dose: 5 kg/ha

Termine d'attesa: 3 Settimane

1, 3, 4, 16

G Fagioli

Azione parziale:

Antracnosi del fagiolo

Grassume del fagiolo

Dose: 5 kg/ha

Termine d'attesa: 3 Settimane

1, 3, 4, 16

Melanzana

Pomodori

Alternariosi delle

solanacee

Peronospora del

pomodoro

Septoriosi del pomodoro/

della melanzana

Concentrazione: 1.3 - 1.8 %

Termine d'attesa: 3 Giorni

1, 3, 4, 15

Melanzana

Pomodori

Azione parziale:

Avvizzimento batterico

del pomodoro

Batteriosi

Concentrazione: 1.3 - 1.8 %

Termine d'attesa: 3 Giorni

1, 3, 4

G Scorzonera

Ruggine bianca della

scorzonera

Dose: 13 kg/ha

Termine d'attesa: 3 Settimane

1, 3, 4

A

Coltura

Agente

patogeno/Efficacia

Dosaggio

Restrizioni

Sedano da

coste

Sedano rapa

Septoriosi del sedano

Dose: 13 - 18 kg/ha

Termine d'attesa: 3 Settimane

1, 3, 4, 15

Specie di

cavoli

Azione parziale:

Nervazione nera delle

Crocifere

Concentrazione: 0.5 %

Dose: 5 kg/ha

1, 3, 4, 17

Patate

Peronospora della patata

Dose: 17.5 kg/ha

Termine d'attesa: 3 Settimane

1, 3, 4, 18, 19

Restrizioni e osservazioni:

Al massimo 4 kg di rame-metallo per ha/anno.

La dose indicata si riferisce allo stadio "piena fioritura fino all'inizio dell'arrossamento dei

frutticini", 4 piante/m², trattamento con una quantità standard di poltiglia di 1000 l/ha.

Lavori successivi in colture trattate: indossare guanti + indumenti protettivi fino a 48 ore

dall'applicazione del prodotto.

Durante la preparazione della poltiglia: Indossare guanti di protezione. Applicazione della

poltiglia: Indossare guanti di protezione + indumenti protettivi. I dispositivi di protezione

individuale possono essere sostituiti, durante l'applicazione, da dispositivi di protezione tecnici

(p.es. cabina del trattore chiusa), qualora vi sia la garanzia che offrano una protezione analoga o

superiore.

Per i lamponi estivi la dose indicata si riferisce allo stadio "inizio fioritura fino a 50% dei fiori

aperti", trattamento con una quantità standard di poltiglia di 1000 l/ha. Per i lamponi autunnali la

dose si riferisce ad una siepe di 150 - 170 cm d'altezza, trattamento con una quantità standard di

poltiglia di 1000 l/ha.

Per le more la dose indicata si riferisce allo stadio "inizio fioritura fino a 50% dei fiori aperti",

trattamento con una quantità standard di poltiglia di 1000 l/ha.

La dose indicata si riferisce allo stadio "allegagione (50 - 90% delle infiorescenze hanno frutti

visibili)", trattamento con una quantità standard di poltiglia di 1000 l/ha.

Soltanto in caso di forte attacco e su varietà sensibili.

La dose indicata si riferisce a un volume di alberi di 10'000 m³/ha.

10.Quale complemento a dello zolfo bagnabile.

11.Anche per applicazione per via aerea.

12.Al massimo 6 kg di rame-metallo per anno e per ettaro. 20 kg di rame-metallo per ettaro (bilancio

del rame) nell'arco di 5 anni consecutivi.

13.In combinazione con preparati contenenti Folpet.

14.La dose indicata si riferisce allo stadio BBCH 71-81 (J-M, dopo la fioritura), trattamento con una

quantità-referenza di poltiglia di 1600 l/ha (base per il calcolo), oppure a un volume fogliare di

4'500 m³/ha.

15.In combinazione con fungicidi organici è sufficiente la metà della concentrazione indicata.

16.Attenzione alla fitotossicità.

17.Soltanto per l'allevamento di piante giovani.

18.Termine di attesa di 2 settimane per le patate primaticce.

19.Intervalli di 7 - 10 giorni fra le irrorazioni con altri fungicidi di contatto.

Caratterizzazione di pericolo:

Tenere fuori dalla portata dei bambini.

EUH 401 Per evitare rischi per la salute umana e per l'ambiente, seguire le istruzioni per l'uso.

H410 Molto tossico per gli organismi acquatici con effetti di lunga durata.

SP 1 Non contaminare l'acqua con il prodotto o il suo imballaggio.

Avvertenza:

Attenzione

Simboli e indicazioni di pericolo:

Identificatore chiave

GHS09

Simbolo

Indicazione di pericolo Pericoloso per l'ambiente acquatico

In caso di dubbio valgono soltanto i documenti originali dell'omologazione. La menzione di un prodotto,

principio attivo o di una ditta non rappresenta alcuna raccomandazione.

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