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Plant Mycin is a broad-spectrum Immuno modulator and a plant defense activator. It has prophylactic, preventive and curative properties in controlling the bacterial diseases. Plant activators provide an effective management solution for bacterial diseases of plants. They induce plant defense responses known as systemic acquired resistance (SAR) or induced systemic resistance (ISR).

Plant Mycin induces resistance development in host plant through activating respective centres of plants for protection against a variety of bacterial pathogens. It has no direct activity against target pathogens. Plant Mycin exhibits a unique mode of action, which mimics the natural systemic activated resistance (SAR) response found in most plant species

Plant Mycin should be applied to plant foliage as preventative application, before disease is observed in the field. Foliar Application : Mix 0.33 gm of Plant Mycin per 1 L of water and spray. Adding a sticking agent to the solution will aid in better adherence of the formulation to the crops. Application Frequency : The frequency of application also depends on the percentage of diseases infestation. In the case of high infestation multiple applications are recommended. Applications during early stages of plant growth protect the plant during critical stages of development, translating into better performance and yield.

Plant Mycin helps the plant develop resistence against most bacterial diseases caused by pathogenic microbes. Some of the diseases are Fire blight, Citrus canker, Bacterial leaf spot, Soft rot soil rot or pox Leaf spot, Halo blight, bacterial blight, bacterial leaf blight, bacterial wilt, Stem rot, soft rot leaf spots and blights, Bacterial blight and vascular wilting. Plant Mycin is suitable for application on Vegetables, Plantations, Cereals, Millets, Pulses, Oilseeds, Fibre Crops, Sugar Crops, Forage Crops, Plantation crops, Vegetables, Fruits, Spices, Flowers, Medicinal crops, Aromatic Crops, Orchards and Ornamentals.