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Fungicide Diskor to control plant diseases: instructions for use and analogues

Fungicide Diskor to control plant diseases: instructions for use and analogues

The purpose of the fungicide "Diskor" is to protect fruit trees, potatoes and beets from many diseases. The tool is highly active, has a large spectrum of action, destroying mushrooms from different classes. Consider the principle of action, composition of the drug, dosage and consumption rates according to the instructions, compatibility with other agricultural products and analogues of this drug.

Composition and release form of fungicide Diskor

The active substance of "Discor" is difenoconazole, belonging to the class of triazoles, in the amount of 250 g per 1 liter. Produced by AGRUSHIM LLC in the form of a concentrated emulsion in 1 liter bottles and 5 liter canisters.Approved for use in industrial plantings of crops and in the household, in private gardens.

"Discor" refers to contact and systemic pesticides, according to the nature of action - to protective, curative and immunizing fungicides, according to the action on pathogenic microorganisms - to pesticides and fungicides.

Mechanism of action and scope

Difenoconazole as part of the fungicide to combat plant diseases "Diskor" disrupts the synthesis of sterols in fungal tissues. These substances are necessary for the development of fungi, as a result of which their functionality stops.

According to the regulations, "Diskor" is used to combat fungal diseases on apple trees, pears, potatoes, fodder and sugar beets, grapes, flower crops and ornamental shrubs.

Consumption rate and instructions for use of the drug

The healing effect is most pronounced if the treatment is done no later than 4 days after infection. The drug has a fungicidal effect on fruits and leaves. The protection period on fruit trees is 20-30 days, 20-40 days on potatoes.

You need to dilute the drug in warm water with a temperature of 25 ˚С. In cold or, conversely, in hot water, it may lose some of its properties.

Apple, pear

From scab and powdery mildew, apple and pear trees are treated up to 4 times in different phases of the growing season. The rate of use of the product is 0.15-0.2 liters, consumption - 10 liters per hundred square meters. The waiting period is 28 days. Apple trees from alternariosis are sprayed 2 times - on a pink bud and after 2 weeks. Application rate - 0.3-0.35 liters, consumption - 15 liters per hundred square meters. Waiting period - 28 days.


From Alternariosis, the culture is sprayed when signs of the disease appear and after 1.5-2 weeks. The norm is 0.3-0.4 liters, the fluid consumption is 2-4 liters per hundred square meters. Waiting period - 10 days.

Flower crops

From powdery mildew, flowers are sprayed 2 times - when infection is detected and 2 weeks after. Liquid consumption - 10 liters per hundred square meters at a concentration of 2 ml per 10 liters. From gray rot, the concentration is different - 4 ml per 10 liters.

Use for roses

Roses from powdery mildew and black spot are sprayed 2 times - upon detection of the disease and 2 weeks after. Liquid consumption - 10 liters per hundred square meters or up to 1 liter per plant. The concentration of the solution is different: from dew - 2 ml per 10 l, from spotting - 5 ml per 10 l.

Ornamental Shrubs

Spotting shrubs are treated when signs of infection are found and again after 2 weeks. The concentration of the solution is 5 ml per 10 liters, this amount is calculated per hundred square meters.

Sugar beet

Fodder and sugar beet varieties from powdery mildew, phomosis, cercosporosis, alternariosis are sprayed 2 times during the growing season. Application rate - 0.3-0.4 liters, consumption - 3 liters per hundred square meters. Waiting period - 20 days after the last processing.


From oidium, black spot, rubella, phomopsis and especially from black rot, grapes are treated 2 times. Concentration - 2 ml per 10 l.

Safety when using the product

"Diskor" refers to products with a hazard class 3 for people and bees. Do not use near ponds and water sources. Subject to the rules, the fungicide is not phytotoxic, not toxic to birds, soil, earthworms, insects. You need to work with the product in protective clothing, rubber gloves on your hands, and a respirator on your face. Spraying should be carried out on a dry day, without wind. There should be no strangers near the treated area.

After processing plants, wash equipment with water, wash hands and face with soap and water. In case of contact with skin, mouth, nose and eyes, rinse them with plenty of water. In case of poisoning, rinse the stomach with water, if symptoms persist, consult a doctor.

Compatibility with other pesticides

Diskor can be combined in mixtures with many pesticides that are used in the garden and on potatoes.Despite this, the manufacturer recommends performing a compatibility test before diluting the treatment solution. If there are no changes in the color and temperature of the common liquid, no precipitation occurs, then you can use the products at the same time.

How to store?

For storage of "Diskor" you should choose a dry, dark and warm room, the drug is stored at a temperature of -5 to +35 ˚С. If stored in unopened original packaging, it may be usable for up to 2 years. After this period, its effectiveness decreases, it is not advisable to use it.

What can I replace?

Analogues with the same active ingredient - agricultural preparations "Raek", "Skor", "Plantenol", "Chistotsvet", "Keeper", "Skoroshans", "Fardi". Their action and purpose are almost the same as Diskor. To enhance the effectiveness of these pesticides, it is recommended to rotate them when spraying crops so that pathogens cannot develop resistance to any of them.However, as the manufacturers note, fungi do not develop resistance to Diskor.

What is different from the drug "Skor"

The drugs differ in that they are produced by different companies: Diskor - Agrushkhim LLC, Skor - the Dutch Syngenta. "Soon" you can process cultures from clasterosporiasis, coccomycosis, leaf curl and scab. The product has a wider list of crops - in addition to flower and ornamental plants, it can be sprayed with tomatoes and carrots, apricots, cherries and cherries, pears and plums, peaches.

But the active ingredient in the drugs is the same - difenoconazole, therefore, if necessary, you can replace one with the other, observing the purpose and dosage.

"Diskor" - systemic and contact fungicide of domestic production. Differs in speed of penetration into fabrics of the processed plants, speed of action, low consumption rates.It can inhibit pathogen spores and reduce re-infestation if sprayed after the specified time or if disease symptoms are already visible.

Diskor has flexible terms of use, it can be used in different phases of the growing season. Destroys mushrooms on leaves and fruits, does not cause burns and deformations. Increases the yield of crops, improves the quality of fruits, prolongs the shelf life. Protects seed and ware potatoes from Alternaria during storage.

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