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BELLIS1: An Effective Fungicide for Apple Cultivation

BELLIS1 is a fungicide used to control scab, powdery mildew, fire blight, and other fungal diseases in apple cultivation. It contains the active ingredients boscalid and pyraclostrobin, which both inhibit fungal cell division.

Boscalid is a contact fungicide that attacks the fungal cell membranes. It works quickly and reliably and provides good protection against scab, powdery mildew, and other fungal diseases.

Pyraclostrobin is a systemic fungicide that penetrates the plant and acts from there. It is particularly effective against fire blight and other fungal diseases that develop inside the plant.

Application areas

BELLIS1 is used in apple cultivation to control the following fungal diseases:

  • Scab

  • Powdery mildew

  • Fire blight

  • Apple powdery mildew

  • Apple Alternaria

  • Apple blood spot disease

Dosage and application time

The dosage of BELLIS1 is 1.25-2.5 kg/ha. Treatment should be carried out at the beginning of infestation and repeated at intervals of 7-10 days.

Safety instructions

BELLIS1 is a Class 3 hazardous substance. It is therefore important to follow the application instructions and wear protective clothing.


BELLIS1 is an effective fungicide used to control a variety of fungal diseases in apple cultivation. It is fast-acting and reliable and provides good protection for the crop.

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