Fungicide for Seed

تومان 10

$10 per each 100 gram fungicide.

Suitable for all kind of plant seeds.

The stated price is per 100 g of fungicide. You can order custom values.

Use 1 g of seed fungicide in one square meter of soil to mix with topsoil or in irrigation water.

Soak the seeds in a fungicide solution (one gram in 10 liters of water) and plant them without rinsing.

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The importance of using seed fungicide nikooraee is that seed is a vital source for sustainable growth in agricultural productivity and production as 90% of food crops are grown from seed. The role of seeds in agriculture is of particular importance in developing countries such as India, where population and GDP are significantly dependent on agriculture. Diseases and insects caused by seed and early season can have devastating consequences if not managed properly and without proper fungicides. The emphasis on today’s agriculture is more production with less land, water and manpower. Older environmental friendly ways of managing diseases such as hygiene, crop rotation, mixed crop harvesting, planting date adjustment, flowering, summer tillage, composting, green manure, etc. to combat plant pathogens have already lost their acceptance. Re-evaluated as part of integrated pest management.

Chemical control of seed diseases

Chemical control such as fungicides through the use of soil / leaves causes its limitation such as high cost, selection, impact on target organisms, development of pest resistance, pest resuscitation, contamination of food and feed, health hazards, toxicity ratio To plants and animals, it’s environmental pollution and so on. The rapid growth and durability of resistant cultivars has been unreliable despite the tremendous advances made in plant genetic engineering. Given these constraints with the growing population of the world, there is a great interest in the development of fungicides and in fact such management practices and tools that alone or in combination with other practices can provide a reasonable degree of inoculation potential reduction. And at the same time ensure stability. One of these tools is production, economic efficiency and a healthy ecosystem and “seed”. Seed treatment, such as caring for a baby with a mother, can range from a basic dress to a veneer and a bullet.

What does seed treatment mean?

Seed treatment refers to the exposure of the seed to certain physical, chemical or biological agents such as biological seed fungicides that are not only used to release pests or diseases but also to treat pests and disease control. Also provide when needed during germination and emergence. Young plant and early growth of the plant. Seed treatments play an important role in the sustainable production of crops and are also evident in human history. Seed treatments have helped to improve the productivity of many different crops by providing insect and disease protection before and after emergence (with seed-specific fungicides) and by providing a uniform stand in a variety of soil types, cultural practices and environmental conditions. Seed treatments provide a cost-effective herbal product that is applied directly to the seed using highly effective technology. In addition, other crop protection techniques have been replaced with fungicide seed treatment due to their residual system performance. Occasionally, different techniques are presented for application, and more advanced techniques are needed to control plant diseases with the least impact on seed health.

Seed treatment with specific fungicides over other pest control or crop enhancement measures are its advantages:
· More options in accessing chemicals in an effective way.
Seed protection during storage and after planting in soil.
· Reduction in initial inoculation.

. Minimize environmental side effects. Reduces the risk of non-target organisms. No problem of landslides and land depletion with the highest efficiency of active materials will not reduce application rate per hectare. It therefore reduces the cost of disease control per hectare while achieving exceptional control over soil, soil and foliage diseases.
· Increase seed power, which is key to success and successful emergence on the farm.
· Uniform and uniform use of chemicals by choosing the right fungicide.
· The treatment can be used more accurately.
· Breaking seed dormancy and improving the appearance and standing of the plant.

Successful examples of seed fungicides

Some of the biggest success stories in plant disease control include the use of seed-based fungicides, especially from small cereal grains such as barley and barley. They are generally less toxic to the life of plants and animals. Eco-friendly with a significant reduction in usage. Another major effect that seed treatments have had on the small-grain industry is their effect on plant growth. In the early 20th century, many wheat growers devoted a considerable part of their efforts to resisting conventional breads. Nowadays, by controlling the disease by seed treatment with fungicide for seed they are able to spend their efforts to cultivate other traits, namely grain quality. In this way, seed treatment will play an important role in protecting the seed and seedlings against diseases caused by seed and insect pests affecting the emergence and growth of the plant. Commercial seed purification for pesticide delivery has been widely used for a wide range of crops and the use of chemical seed chemicals will no doubt continue.

Types of seed treatment

Except for seed treatment with the fungicide of physical seed treatment (dry or aerated heat, hot water, irradiation, etc.) and methods of using natural plant protection agents / microbial inoculation can replace chemical seed treatment methods in crop production. Research efforts on alternative ways to protect chemical products are currently under consideration worldwide, especially in terms of food safety and environmental sustainability. In addition, physiological treatments prior to planting (seed picking, fluid drilling, etc.) play an essential role in seed purification technology for seed reinforcement. Treatments with biological fungicides are made from renewable sources and contain natural active substances that protect against soil-borne pathogens. Reduces biotic stress and increases plant growth. Given the importance of seed treatment for achieving a better crop position due to the adaptability of its disease control management and the fact that many developing farmers such as India are not aware of this / do not adopt this method of biological fungicide. There is also a need for effective strategies to expand this practice by farmers across the country to make them aware of different aspects of seed purification and use of refined seeds to boost production and achieve food security.

Technologies used in the manufacture of fungicides

In addition, the purpose of this review is to describe selected seed technologies and the advancements of their fungicide technologies that will help or will contribute to the development and production of better and uniform crops in the near future. Present Scenario: High cost of seed is a major factor in high demand and growth of chemical seed plants. Regarding the regulatory issues facing both the seed nematodes and their use, there has been a great deal of focus on the use of seeds for the use of nematode and nematostatic crop seeds. An important factor in the success of the fungicide seed market is the creation of a complete solution against various plant stresses in a single crop that is crop-friendly, crop-friendly and environmentally friendly. Seed treatments show lower costs compared to conventional crop protection crops, competitive costs, reduced program effort and time savings. As a result, fungicide seed treatment is currently the fastest growing agricultural chemical sector and has a significant economic impact on markets, especially in the United States and Europe. Currently, the farmer owns about 5 percent of the seed requirement, which is done without seed treatment. Even if the seeds are obtained from private or public sector agencies, except for synthetic seeds, a large percentage of these seeds are left untreated.


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