Agri-Chem.net Chinese website reported:Recently, Israel’s STK announced Timorx ®
Act organic biological fungicides have now been registered in Mexico, and Syngenta has become the exclusive distributor of this product.
Timorex ® Act is made based on tea tree extract The purely organic preparation of the company has obtained OMRI and Ecocert certification, Timorex® Act can effectively prevent and control a variety of plant diseases in fruits and vegetables, such as anthracnose, powdery mildew, early blight, gray mold, etc. Timorex ® Act is harmless to pollinating insects such as bees and has no spine Xerces, the animal protection association, also recognized the product in its latest report. In addition, Timorex? Act does not contain any chemical residues.
Timorex® Act by discovering and rupturing germ cells Play a role. This plant-derived biofungicide is classified as Group 46 by the Fungicide Resistance Action Committee. It has unique biological activity against plant pathogenic fungi. Mexico’s STK Country Manager Marco Tulio explained that this active ingredient is a huge benefit to organic growers, because a large number of tests conducted in Mexico and the United States have proved that there are not too many bio-certified products for growers to choose from without compromising efficacy. and use.”
In Mexico’s trials against grape gray mold and powdery mildew, Timorex ACT, a pure organic preparation, proved to be as effective as a mixed preparation of boscalid and pyraclostrobin.
Timorex ®ACT has also been registered in the United States, Including California and Florida, Sumitomo Chemical is the distributor. Registration in Latin American countries and the European Union is also in progress.
In Mexico, the Timorex Act fills the STK product portfolio, where the plant-derived fungicide TimorexGold® and the first foliar fungicide REGEV have been successfully applied by growers all over Mexico.