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Instructions for use and composition of fungicide Malvin, dosage and analogues

Instructions for use and composition of fungicide Malvin, dosage and analogues


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Regardless of the nature of the care of fruit trees, signs of infection appear on the plants over time. Treatment in this case is carried out with fungicides. Some of these funds are used only as prevention of infection. In this regard, when a fungus is infected with fruit trees, it is recommended to use "Malvin", or a targeted fungicide, which destroys various types of pathogenic microorganisms.

Composition and release form of contact fungicide "Malvin"

The basis of "Malvin" is the active ingredient captan. This component is contained in a concentration of 800 grams per kilogram of the drug. "Malvin" is produced in the form of granules that dissolve in water. One package contains 10 kilograms of the product.

Principle of operation and scope

Captan, which is part of Malvin, differs in that it has a direct and complex effect on fungal life forms of various types. This substance inhibits the metabolism of bacteria, thereby preventing the development of drug resistance.

Expert opinion

Zarechny Maxim Valerievich

Agronomist with 12 years of experience. Our best summer cottage expert.

Unlike other fungicides, Malvin retains its effectiveness regardless of weather conditions. The drug is resistant to temperature fluctuations and does not lose its properties in the rain.

"Malvin" can be used in any period of the plant's growing season. For the prevention of infection, the drug is recommended to be applied to fruit crops in early spring, before the formation of the first flowers. The product protects the plant for two weeks after spraying. Malvin is recommended for use in the treatment and prevention of:

  • scab and moniliosis on an apple tree;
  • clasterosporium disease, moniliosis, leaf curl on peach;
  • moniliosis and klyasterosporiosis on apricot;
  • mildew on grapes.

This drug does not have a harmful effect on the human body and pollinating insects.

Consumption rate of funds

Due to the fact that the fungicide is produced in the form of granules, the drug must be diluted in water before each spraying. According to the information given in the instructions for "Malvin", the working fluid when processing an apple tree is consumed in the amount of 1.5 thousand liters per hectare. When spraying grapes, up to a thousand liters of the drug are used per hectare.

Instructions for use of the drug

As noted, "Malvin" can be used in all weather conditions. The composition of the preparation contains substances that form a dense film on the surface of the treated culture and interfere with the washing off of the agent from the plant, even with heavy precipitation.

When a peach, apple or apricot is affected, the agent is used according to the following scheme:

  • the first spraying - during the formation of pink buds or a green cone of leaves (depending on the type of disease);
  • subsequent - every 8-10 days, until the signs of infection disappear completely.

In case of damage to grapes, it is recommended to spray the plant in the phase of inflorescence formation, then every 8-10 days.

In order to prevent infection, plants should be treated in the spring, before flowering. This procedure is recommended every year. The drug begins to act immediately after application to the culture. During the first 36 hours after spraying, Malvin controls the development of pathogenic microflora, suppressing the spread of fungi to new areas.

It is forbidden to use a fungicide in cases where flowering weeds (more than three plants per 1 m2) germinate next to the affected crops, during the active summer of pollinating insects. These plants must be mown before spraying. During the active summer of bees, it is recommended to use the fungicide in the morning or in the evening.

Fungicide safety

"Malvin" does not foam after mixing with water, which simplifies the work with this fungicide. When spraying plants, it is recommended to use spray nozzles with a droplet size of 125-350 MOD.

The fungicide belongs to the second (medium hazard) hazard class. This means that the drug may cause an allergic reaction if it comes into contact with the skin. But after penetration into the body, the likelihood of intoxication is lower than with other antifungal drugs.

In order to prevent such consequences when spraying plants, it is recommended to wear gloves and glasses. No other means of protection are required when working with Malvin.

Compatibility with other agrochemicals

Malvin can be combined with most commonly used fungicides. However, each time the product is used, it must be checked for compatibility. In order to prevent the development of resistance to powdery mildew, "Malvin" is recommended to be combined with triazole or strobilurin.

Shelf life and storage conditions

Malvin retains its original properties for three years after release. It is forbidden to store this fungicide in a personal subsidiary farm. The drug is used in the industrial cultivation of fruit crops. Store the product in a dry place, away from direct sunlight.

What can be replaced?

Instead of "Malvin" in the treatment of fungal infections in fruit trees are used:

  • Abiga Peak;
  • Horus;
  • Fardi;
  • Delan.

Each of the specified fungicides differs in contact action. At the same time, according to its characteristics and method of exposure, only Delan is considered a full-fledged replacement for Malvin. "Abiga-Peak" is distinguished by the fact that, in addition to fungal infections, it suppresses bacterial ones, including those on vegetables, medicinal plants and forest plantations.


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