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Nematosan is a completely natural product based on extracts of natural herbs for better control on nematodes.   

Active ingredients: Marigold extract, Sesame oil, Protein
Appearance and storage:  Creamish coloured powder easily sprayable.
Sealed undamaged.
It has a shelf life of 3 years.
Store in cool & dry place away from sunlight
Toxicity data-  Acute Dermal LD 50 for albino rat- = >2000 mg/ kg b.w.
Acute oral LD 50 for mice-> 2000mg/kg b.w.
Non hazardous, Non-poisonous,
Non-Irritant, Non flammable, Non- combustible.
Mode of action-
On application of Nematosan to the soil amino acids ensures rapid growth of arthrobotrytis in the soil. These arthrobotrytis are essentially vital for controlling harmful parasitic nematodes. They also help improve the population of self active nematodes and microorganisms which are useful for activating the roots. Marigold extract contains bioactive compound called a –therthienyl which is toxic to nematodes .Amino acids affects nematode activity and helpful in controlling the population of parasitic nematodes and it has both protective and curative effect on root –knot nematodes in plants. Combination of these ingredients activates proliferation of self acting nematodes, which in turn inhibits the population of parasitic nematodes.
Benefits
  • 100% natural product.
  • Application of Nematosan will not cause plants stress due to presence of amino acids.
  • Successful prevention and control of harmful nematodes.
  • Can be used right up to harvesting as no residues are found on agri produce.
  • Compatible with all other chemical fungicides, nematicides.
Dosage-

Nematosan has to be always applied to the soil through any kind of irrigation system (drip or sprinkler)
Irrigate the soil for 15 minutes to ensure that the top soil is wet. Mix Nematosan as per dosage given below in 50 liter of water.

APPLICATION CHART:
CROPS DOSAGE Range
kg per hectare
No. Applications recommended Application Time
First Second
(after first application)
Third
(after second application)
Banana 2 to 4 2 or 3 Transplanting 60 days 120 days
Turmeric 3 to 5 2 or 3 Transplanting 90 days 90 days
Ginger 3 to 5 2 or 3 Transplanting 90 days 90 days
Tomato 2 to 4 2 or 3 Transplanting 30 days 30 days
Chilli / Pepper 2 to 4 2 or 3 Transplanting 30 days 30 days
Ladyfinger 2 to 4 2 or 3 Transplanting 30 days 30 days
Grapes 3 to 5 2 or 3 After flowering 30 days 60 days
Coffee 3 to 5 2 or 3 After flowering 60 days 90 days
Tea 3 to 5 2 or 3 Once in a 3 months 90 days 90 days
Cucumber 3 to 5 2 or 3 Transplanting 30 days 45 days
Flowers 3 to 5 2 or 3 After cutting 30 days 60 days
French beans 3 to 5 1 Before planting --- ---
Onion 2 to 4 1 or 2 Transplanting 30 days ----
Strawberry 3 to 5 1 or 2 Transplanting 30 days ----
Tobacco 2 to 4 1 or 2 Transplanting 45 days ----
Garlic 3 to 5 1 or 2 Transplanting 45 days ----
Melon/ Watermelon 2 to 4 2 or 3 Transplanting 30 days 30 days
Grass 3 to 5 2 or 3 After cutting 30 days 45 days
Pineapple 3 to 5 2 or 3 Time of plantation 60 days 60 days
Courgette (Zucchini) 3 to 5 1 Before planting --- ---
Aubergine (Eggplant) 2 to 4 1 or 2 Transplanting 45 days ----
NEMATOSAN –APPLICATION CHART
Crop Type of Infection Dose Time of application through Drip
First
application
Second
application
Third application Fourth application
Grapes Citrus, Dagger, Lesion, Needle, Pin,  Reniform, Ring,  Rootknot, Spiral,
Stubby-root, Stunt.
3 to 5 kg per hectare After Trans-planting 30 days after
First spray
60 days After 30 days if needed
Apple Dagger nematode, Lesion nematode
Ring nematode, Rootknot nematode
3 to 5 kg per hectare After Trans-planting 30 days after
First spray
40 days After 30 days if needed
Peach Dagger nematode, Lesion nematode
Ring nematode,
Root knot nematode
3 to 5 kg per hectare After flowering 30 days after
First spray
45 days After 30 days if needed
Pears Lesion, Pin Rootknot, Dagger 3 to 5 kg per hectare After flowering 30 days after
First spray
90 days After 30 days if needed
Tomato Root Knot Nematodes 2 to 4 kg per hectare Trans-planting 30 days after
First spray
30 days After 30 days if needed
Cucumber Root Knot Nematodes 3 to 5 kg per hectare Trans-planting 30 days after
First spray
45 days After 30 days if needed
Cotton Lance, Columbia nematodes,
Reniform nematodes, Root knot nematode, Sting nematode
3 to 5 kg per hectare After time of planting 30 days after
First spray
90 days After 30 days if needed
Tobacco Bulb & stem, Cyst, Dagger, Foliar,
Lesion,Reniform, Root Knot nematodes, Spiral Stubby root, Stunt.
2 to 4 kg per hectare Trans-planting 45 days after
First spray
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Referance
(1) Photo activation of the nematicidal compound alpha-terthienyl from roots of marigolds (Tagetes species).
A possible singlet oxygen role. J Bakker, F J Gommers,I Nieuwenhuis and ,H Wynberg g

(2) Liquid culture carbon, nitrogen and inorganic phosphate source regulate nematicidal activity by fluorescent pseudomonas in vitro.
Siddiqui IA, Shaukat SS.

(3)Protective and curative effect of neem Azadirachta indica) formulations on the development of root-knot nematode Meloidogyne javanica in roots of tomato plants Nazir Javed , S.R. Gowena, M. Inam-ul-Haqa and S.A. Anwarb
 
Damage done by Nematode Female cyst Nematode Golden cyst Nematode Cyst made by Nematode Root leison Nematode
   
Potato cyst Nematode Plant Nematode Lance Nematode