There are different types of fungicides and each of them is used in its own industry, some of which are used in agriculture, some in medicine for antifungal drugs, some in the wood industry to prevent decay of wood textiles, etc. .
In industries that suffer from fungal infections, if antifungals are not used, it can cause serious and great damage. The result is financial loss and subsequent reduction in product quality.
Fungicides cause the colon to die or die. Fangistatic substances in some cases increase the plant’s defense capacity.
The main source of damage to plants and crops are microorganisms and living organisms that pathogenic fungi are at the top of this table. Note that viruses, nematodes, and bacteria can also cause plant diseases.
Necessity of using fungicides:
Disease control during establishment and product development
Reduce crop damage and increase crop production
Improving storage methods and harvest quality
Fungicides are divided into two categories:
Dithium carbamates, chloro-benzene derivatives, organic compounds such as tin, azoles, triazoles, peridins, organic mercury compounds, carbamates, phenols
Mineral compounds such as mercury, sulfur compounds such as sulfur, metal compounds such as chromium-nickel-cadmium, copper compounds such as copper
Types of fungicides:
Amistar Extra fungicide
Oxychloride copper Fungicide
Thiophanate methyl fungicide
TWIT Jet fungicide
The fungicide caroxime methyl
The fungicide hexaconazole