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Bacterisan is our proprietary formulation for stopping spread of plant bacteria such as Erwinia, Pseudomonas, Xanthomonas, Corynebacteria, Agrobacterium, causing diseases like soft rots, vascular diseases or wilt, blights, local lesions or spots.
Active ingredients: Clove extract, Black pepper extract, Basil extract
Appearance and Storage: Faint pink coloured powder easily sprayable.
Sealed undamaged.It has a shelf life of 3 years.
Store in cool & dry place away from sunlight & children.
 
Toxicity data: Acute oral LD 50 for albino mice- =>2000
Acute Dermal LD 50 for albino rat- =>4000
Non hazardous, Non-poisonous,
Non-Irritant, Non flammable, Non- combustible.
Mode of action
Bacterisan is a formulation of known anti-bacterial natural ingredients. On foliar application, the active ingredients are quickly absorbed by the plant cells. Because of strong antibacterial properties of ingredients. The bacteria do not produce any toxins and enzymes, which can degrade the cell wall and tissue disorganization. The spreading of bacteria is also stopped and tender leaves and sprouts are prevented from infection by the bacteria. Basil extract strengthens the plant cell walls to prevent bacterial infections. Black pepper extract controls bacterial growth, and multiplication of bacteria's and further spreading is prevented. Clove extract breaks bacterial cell by causing damage to both cell wall and membrane of bacteria.
Benefits
  • Bacterisan is 100% natural, non toxic and non persistent
  • Effective in case of soil borne bacterial wilt as well as attacks on leaves.
  • Can be used right up to harvesting as no residues are found on agri produce.
  • Compatible with all insecticides, pesticides and fungicides.
 
For application through drip or sprinkler
Bacterisan is also useful for controlling the soil born bacterial wilt.
Dosage:
Two applications of Bacterisan 5 kg per hectare in 50 liter of water is recommended at 30 days interval, for one crop cycle from transplantations.
BACTERISAN APPLICATION CHART THROUGH DRIP OR SPRINKLER

 

Crop Type of Bacterial Infection Dose Time of application
First application Second application Third application Fourth application
Grapes Crown gall, Pierce's disease 1-2 gm per liter of water As soon as infection observed After 4-5 days on first spray After one week
of second spray
After 15 days if needed
Apple Blister spot, Crown gall, Fire blight,
Hairy root
1-2 gm per liter of water 15 days after transplantation After 4-5 days on first spray After one week
of second spray
After 15 days if needed
Peach Bacterial canker, Bacterial spot
(bacteriosis) Crown gall, Phony disease
1-2 gm per liter of water As soon as infection observed After 4-5 days on first spray After one week
of second spray
After 15 days if needed
Pears Bacterial canker, Bacterial spot
(bacteriosis) Crown gall, Phony disease
1-2 gm per liter of water As soon as infection observed After 4-5 days on first spray After one week
of second spray
After 15 days if needed
Tomato Bacterial wilt, bacterial Spot 1-2 gm per liter of water As soon as infection observed After 4-5 days on first spray After one week
of second spray
After 15 days if needed
Cucumber Angular leaf spot, bacterial wilt 1-2 gm per liter of water As soon as infection observed After 4-5 days on first spray After one week
of second spray
After 15 days if needed
Cotton Bacterial Blight, Crown gall, Lint degradation Erwinia herbicola 1-2 gm per liter of water As soon as infection observed After 4-5 days on first spray After one week
of second spray
After 15 days if needed
Tobacco Angular leaf spot, Granville wilt, hairy roots, Hollow Stalk, leaf gall, wild fire. 1-2 gm per liter of water As soon as infection observed After 4-5 days on first spray After one week
of second spray
After 15 days if needed
Reference:
Mechanism of bactericidal action of oregano and clove essential oils and of their phenolic major components on Escherichia coli and Bacillus subtilis,
Journal of Essential Oil Research: JEOR, Jul/Aug 2003 by Rhayour, Khadija, Bouchikhi, Touria, Tantaoui-Elaraki, Abdelrhafour, Sendide, Khalid, Remmal, Adnane