Serifel is a protectant biological fungicide for the reduction of fruit damage caused by Botrytis cinerea (grey mould) in protected strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, loganberries and Rubus hybrid; the moderate control of Botrytis cinerea in protected tomatoes, aubergines, pepper and chilli pepper and the moderate control of Botrytis cinerea and Sclerotinia species in protected lettuce and other leafy crops.
|Active ingredient(s)||110 g/kg (5.5 x 1010 cfu/g) Bacillus amyloquefaciens strain MBI 600|
|Formulation||Wettable powder (WP)|
|Pack size||0.5 kg in outers of ten|
|Crops||Strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, blueberry, loganberry, Rubus hybrid, tomato, aubergine, pepper, chilli, choi sum, endive, lamb’s lettuce, lettuce, oriental cabbages, rocket, spinach and spinach beet|
|Disease activity||Botrytis cinerea (grey mould) and Sclerotinia spp.|
|Maximum individual dose||0.5 kg per hectare|
|Maximum number of treatments||Three per crop|
|Latest time of application: strawberry||GS 89 (fruit coloured at second harvest)|
|Latest time of application: raspberry etc||None|
|Latest time of application: tomato and other solanaceous crops||GS 89 (fruit with typical fully ripe colour)|
|Latest time of application: choi sum and other leafy crops||GS 49 (before flowering)|
|Water volume: tomato and other solanaceous crops||200-3000 litres per hectare (use sufficient to ensure good crop cover)|
|Water volume: other crops||200-2000 litres per hectare (use sufficient to ensure good crop cover)|
|Aquatic buffer zone||None|
|Processed crops||Consult processors before use on crops grown for processing|
|Other specific restrictions||For crops to which ‘permanent protection with full enclosure’ applies: |
Treatment must only be made under ‘permanent protection’ situations which provide full enclosure (including continuous top and side barriers down to below ground level) and which are present and maintained over a number of years.
Reasonable precautions must be taken to prevent access of birds, wild mammals and honey bees to treated crops.
To minimise airborne environmental exposure, vents, doors and other openings must be closed during and after application until the applied product has fully settled.
The use of this product in recirculating water systems in a greenhouse may result in dilute pesticide waste that requires disposal. All dilute pesticide waste must be disposed of safely and legally to protect humans, wildlife and the environment, especially groundwater and surface water. Pesticide disposal advice is detailed in the ‘Code of Practice for Using Plant Protection Products (Section 5: Disposing of Pesticide Waste).