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Ningnanmycin 48g/L + Kasugamycin 20g/L SL

1.  Common name: 1) Ningnanmycin; 2) Kasugamycin

2.  Chemical names:

1) Ningnanmycin: 1-(4-Muscle amide-L-serine amide-4-deoxy-B-D-glucopyranose aldehyde amide) cytosine

2) Kasugamycin: 3-O-[2-amino-4-[(carboxyiminomethyl)amino]-2,3,4,6-tetradeoxy-a-D-arabino -hexopyranosyl]-D-chiro-inositol hydrochloride hydrate

3.  Chemical class: 1) Ningnanmycin: fungicide, bactericide.

2) Kasugamycin: antibiotic fungicides

4.  Type of formulation: SL (Soluble Concentrate)

5.  Active ingredient and its content: 1) Ningnanmycin >= 48 g/L; 2) Kasugamycin >= 20 g/L.

6.  Structural formula: 

           1) Ningnanmycin: 

                            

2) Kasugamycin:

                   

7.  Toxic class (WHO): 1) Ningnanmycin: slightly hazardous (III)

2) Kasugamycin: slightly hazardous (III)

8  CAS registry number: 1) Ningnanmycin: not listed;  2) Kasugamycin: 6980-18-3

9. Appearance: Dark blue to brown liquid

10. APPLICATIONS:

1) Ningnanmycin:

Mode of action Systemic fungicide and bactericide with protective and curative action.

Uses It has high efficacy against powdery mildew on wheat, vegetables and flowers as well as Rice Sclerotium oryzae, Olive leaf spot(Spilocaea oleaginea  (Cast.) Hugh), Gloeosporium olivarum  Alm, especially Rice Bacterial Leaf Blight (Xanthomonas oryzae ).

2) Kasugamycin:

Mode of action Systemic fungicide and bactericide with protective and curative action. Inhibits hyphal growth of Pyricularia oryzae on rice, preventing lesion development; comparatively weak inhibitory action to spore germination, appressoria formation on the plant surface or penetration into the epidermal cell. Rapidly taken up into plant tissue and translocated. In contrast, against Cladosporium fulvum on tomatoes, inhibition of sporulation is strong.

Uses Control of fungal and bacterial diseases affecting rice, vegetables and fruit. On rice, it controls diseases caused by Pyricularia oryzae and Burkholderia glumae (bacterial grain rot)

Mixing and dilution.

Add the required volume of product to the half-filled spray tank while agitating the water, then fill water to the required level. Continue agitation at all times during spraying, do not stop agitation until the tank is completely empty.

Spray immediately after mixing

Target disease and rate.

Crop

Disease

Rate

 Method of Application

Rice

Bacterial leaf blight,

Rice blast

800-1000ml/ha.

Water dilution for foliar spray

Vegetables

Bacterial Angular Leaf Spot

800-1000ml/ha.

Water dilution for foliar spray

Fruit trees

Various fungal and bacterial diseases

Dilute with water by 1500-2000 times (10 - 13ml product to 20 liters of water)

Water dilution for foliar spray

Rubber tree

Various fungal and bacterial diseases

Dilute with water by 1500-2000 times (10 -13ml product to 20 liters of water)

Water dilution for foliar spray

Note:

1) DO NOT apply this product on lotus and soybean, damage may occur on the two plants.

2) Avoid mist drift to fir trees, which is also sensitive to this product.