Path-X™ Agricultural Disinfectant
Sometimes in biological agriculture it is necessary to “clear the decks” before repopulation with beneficials.
Path-X™ Agricultural Disinfectant is a revolutionary new concept in pathogen control, utilising a patented Quaternary Ammonium Compound. It can be a valuable tool in a variety of situations. Path-X™ Agricultural Disinfectant is registered for use as a foliar spray on flower crops to control disease organisms and to manage pathogens in irrigation water (non-food crops only).
- Australian Certified Organic (ACO) Registered Farm Input 456AI (Restricted).
- A broad-spectrum sanitation and water treatment solution.
- Cleans and sanitises in a single operation.
- Does not oxidise as long as it remains in solution.
- Effective over a wide pH range.
- Leaves no unwanted residues on the leaf surface.
- Effective against a range of fungi and bacterial pathogens.
- DIRECTIONS FOR USE
- General disinfection of growing medium (inert or non-organic), equipment (such as pruning shears & ploughs), footbaths & hands: 100 mL/10 L water (1% solution) Keep wet for over 10 minutes for best results.
- General disinfection of cold rooms, packing sheds, tunnels, seedtrays & other hard surfaces: 100 mL/10 L water (1% solution) First remove all organic matter from surfaces and keep wet with Path-X™ Agricultural Disinfectant solution for over 10 minutes for best results.
- Disinfection of irrigation water (non-food crops only): 5 – 20 mL/1000 L water for continuous dosing When dosing for the first few times, the dirt/algae/organic matter will be discharged and may clog drippers, spitters or sprinklers. Therefore, rinse your irrigation pipes frequently. The cleaner the irrigation water to be treated, the better the result. May be used in fertigation water. Do not apply directly via fertiliser tank.
- Plant Sanitation: Carnations, Chrysanthemums and Cut Flowers: 100 mL/100 L water Growers are advised to check for varietal differences by first treating a small sample.
- Apply to foliage with first application after transplanting or 6 weeks after planting seed. Apply at 7 day intervals.
- Plant Sanitation: Roses in green/shade houses: 50 mL/100 L water Growers are advised to check for varietal differences by first treating a small sample. Apply to foliage at 10 – 14 day intervals.
- Post-harvest treatment of Cut Flowers in containers: 15 mL/10 L water The stock solution may be used for up to 7 – 10 days if kept clean. Do not keep cut flowers in stock solution for longer than 48 hours.
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