Teldor®, as a nonsystemic protective fungicide, is notable mainly for its:
- excellent efficacy against Botrytis
- Good to very good efficacy against Monilinia spp.
- Good to very good efficacy against Sclerotinia.
These fungal diseases, especially as the causative organisms of various types of fruit mould, such as grey and brown rot, are among the major pathogens of:
- Pome and Stone fruit
- Indoor vegetables like tomato, pepper and cucurbits
- Strawberries, Bulbs, legumes and ornamental plants.
works by contact. Teldor®
forms a stable protective layer on various parts of the plant; the layer is hardly reduced at all by washing, penetration or systemic translocation. As a result, Teldor®
offers very effective and long-lasting protection. The pathogen is halted on the plant at the most sensitive stage of its development, before it has a chance to penetrate the plant tissue.
Recommendations and rates of use
|Ornamentals||Botrytis cinerea||40 ml / 20L water Spray ornamentals 2 times interval between them 14 days||----|
|Stone fruit (Almonds, apricots, peaches, plums, nectarine)||Monilinia||20 ml / 20 l water
First spray should be made when the fruit becomes yellow. The Second spray 14 days after the first application (application 3 times when the foliage of calyx open and in middle of flowering and in the end of flowering).
|Stone fruit (Almonds, apricots, peaches, plums, nectarine)||Botrytis cinerea||15 ml / 20 l water||3 days|
|Strawberries||Botrytis cinerea||15 – 20 ml / 20L water Spray strawberry 3 time at first flower (white bud) and in middle of flowering and in the end of flowering||3 days|
|Vegetables (greenhouse)||Botrytis cinerea||10 – 20 ml / 20L water Spray tomato 2 times interval between them 14 days||3 days|
- Consult the local label/distributor
- How to apply:
- foliar application use 600- 800 lit / ha according to plant size
- Common Name:
- Teldor® 50 WG is a water dispersible granule containing 500 g. ai./ l fenhexamid
- Mode of action:
- Fenhexamid is a strong inhibitor of germ tube growth preventing penetration of the fungus into the plant tissue resulting in death of the fungus.
- Scientific Health & Agricultural Development Co
- WHO classification:
- Active ingredient: slightly hazardous
Product: slightly hazardous