Valida is a plant growth regulator that is used to control sheath blight and black rot in rice, tea, potato, and vegetables. It is a systemic fungicide that is absorbed by the plant's leaves and roots and transported throughout the plant. Valida works by inhibiting the growth of the Rhizoctonia solani fungus, which causes sheath blight and black rot.
Valida is available in a liquid formulation that is applied to the leaves of the plants. The recommended dose is 2 to 5 milliliters per liter of water. Valida can be applied at multiple stages of the plant's growth, but it is most effective when applied during the early stages of infection.
Valida is a safe and effective way to control sheath blight and black rot in rice, tea, potato, and vegetables. It is important to follow the label instructions carefully when using Valida to ensure safety and effectiveness.
Here are some of the benefits of using Valida Growth Regulators:
- Controls sheath blight and black rot, two serious diseases that can damage crops.
- Is a systemic fungicide, which means it is absorbed by the plant and transported throughout the plant.
- Is effective at multiple stages of the plant's growth.
- Is safe and easy to use.