Dhanuka Agritech launches two new fungicides for grapes farming
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Dhanuka Agritech launches two new fungicides for grapes farming

These both products will help the farmer to manage their crop efficiently as both the products have good residual action due to which it gives longer duration of control.

  • By ICN Bureau | September 04, 2020

Agro-chemicals firm Dhanuka Agritech Ltd has launched two new fungicides for grapes against downy and powdery mildew in India on 4th September, 2020.

The company launched its fungicide - Kirari and Nissodium, a solution for the grapes farmer.

Kirari is the researched product from Nissan Chemical Corporation, Japan.

And Nissodium is a researched product from Nissa Chemical Europe, a subsidiary company of NIPPON SODA CO. LIMITED, JAPAN.

Kirari is with active ingredient Amisulbrom 20% W/V SC (17.7 % w/w) for the control of Downey Mildew (Plasmopara viticola} It is the most feared disease of the Grapes. Kirari is having preventive and curative mode of action and controls different stages of Oomycetes fungi. Recommended dose of Kirari is 150 ml/acre.

Nissodium is having Cyflufenamid 5% EW for the effective control of Powdery Mildew of grapes caused by Uncinula necator. Nissodium is having five action formula which are:
1) Strong Penetrative
2) Preventive and curative
3) Vapour Action
4) Translaminar
5) Residual action

These actions help to have better and long durations control of Powdery Mildew. Both are BLUE triangle chemistries.

These both products will help the farmer to manage their crop efficiently as both the products have good residual action due to which it gives longer duration of control.

The products were launched in presence of Group Chairman, R. G. Agrawal; Managing Director, M.K. Dhanuka; Director Marketing, Rahul Dhanuka; National Sales Head, Pawan Saraogi and Abhishek Dhanuka; and National Marketing Head Partha Sengupta along with Japanese Delegates Yuji Sato San, Executive Officer (Head of International Operations) Nissan Chemical Corporation along with India Head Dr. Rajkumar Yadav and Kanamori San, General Manager, Nissa Chemical India and Dr. Sajal Biswas, Director (Business Development) of Nissa Chemical India of Nippon Soda. The program was conducted virtually due to Covid-19 pandemic.

 

 

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