Instructions for the use of Phytoplasmin for plants, composition and dosage

Instructions for the use of Phytoplasmin for plants, composition and dosage

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Phytoplasmin is a universal drug used to combat phytoplasmosis and bacteriosis. The product can be used to treat tomatoes and cucumbers that are grown outdoors or in greenhouse conditions. In order for the drug to give the desired effect, it is recommended to strictly adhere to the instructions. Compliance with safety rules is of no small importance.

Composition and form of release

The active component of the agent is the macrolide tylosin complex. In 1 liter of the drug, there are 200 grams of the substance. The composition is released in the form of a water-soluble concentrate. It is sold in plastic containers of 100 milliliters, 1 and 5 liters.

What plants are they used for?

The biological product has a systemic effect. It is mainly used for processing tomatoes and cucumbers, which are grown in greenhouse conditions or in the open field. With the help of the substance, it is possible to cope with the following violations:

  • stolbur;
  • vascular bacteriosis;
  • bacterial cancer;
  • different types of rot - bacterial and root;
  • other pathologies of cultivated plants of a bacterial nature.

Operating principle

The active component of the drug easily enters the plants and circulates in their tissues. There, it interacts with the ribosomes of dangerous bacteria and inhibits the production of proteins. In addition, the substance provokes a violation of the reading of the genetic code of pathogens, which provoke bacteriosis and phytoplasmosis. Thanks to this, plants can resist the entry of pathogens into them for a long time.

The main advantages of the tool include the following:

  • successful prevention of the development and spread of bacterial microorganisms and pathogens that cause the development of phytoplasma;
  • long protective period - it lasts 21-28 days;
  • high efficiency in the fight against the pillar of tomatoes that are grown in the open field;
  • good ovary formation on cucumbers and tomatoes, improved fruit formation;
  • improving crop formation on already infected crops;
  • no risk of accumulation of the substance in the fruit.

Instructions for the use of "Phytoplasmin"

When using the product in private households, it is important to strictly adhere to the dosage. When spraying crops or watering plants at the root, it is required to apply 30 milliliters of the product per 10 liters of water. In this case, it is recommended to use the working fluid on the same day.

In order for the tool to give the desired results, it is recommended to follow these rules:

  1. You should not use the composition at the initial stages of cucumber growth or in low light conditions.
  2. 4 days after using the bactericidal agent, it is imperative to add bacterial substances under the root.
  3. The drug can be combined with various fungicides, herbicides and insecticidal substances.
  4. The tool can be combined with anti-stress substances. These include "Epin", "Zircon", "Atamon".
  5. Do not use "Phytoplasmin" in a tank mixture with bacterial substances.

The specific dosage and features of the use of the substance are shown in the table:

Application rateCultureDiseasesFeatures and processing timeWorking solution consumption
6-12Protected cucumbersDifferent types of rot, bacterial wiltingWatering plants under the root should be 1-1.5 months after planting the seedlings in a permanent place. Subsequently, the drug is applied with an interval of 3-4 weeks.4000 liters per 1 hectare
6-12Protected tomatoesPith necrosis, bacterial cancer and rotWatering crops under the root should be 1-1.5 months after planting seedlings. Then the product is used every 3-4 weeks.4000 liters per 1 hectare
3-4Open field tomatoesBacterial top rot, black spotIt is necessary to spray the plantings during the growing season. The first time this is done at the beginning of flowering, then - with an interval of 10-14 days.300-600 liters per 1 hectare
PillarIt is necessary to spray or water plantings at the root at the beginning of summer leafhoppersWhen watering - 5000-10000 liters per 1 hectare

When spraying - 300-600 liters per 1 hectare

It is worth spraying plants during the growing season every 10-14 days.300-600 liters per 1 hectare

Expert opinion

Zarechny Maxim Valerievich

Agronomist with 12 years of experience. Our best summer cottage expert.

The period of protective action is 15-20 days. In this case, the drug begins to give a noticeable effect after 12-24 hours. When used in the recommended dosage, the product does not exhibit phytotoxicity. Subject to the rules for the use of culture, they show a high degree of tolerance to the agent. At the same time, there is no risk of developing resistance.



The product belongs to the third class of hazard. This means that it is classified as a moderately hazardous substance. The drug does not provoke skin irritation. However, it can sometimes cause individual sensitivity.

Therefore, when processing plants, you need to adhere to safety rules. It is imperative to use personal protective equipment - gloves, respirator, glasses.

Drug compatibility

The drug can be combined with most fungicides, insecticides, herbicides. It is allowed to be combined with growth stimulants. In this case, the substance cannot be combined in tank mixtures with bacterial agents.

How to store the product

The drug should be stored at temperatures from 0 to +30 degrees. This should be done outside the reach of children and pets. The composition may be combined with food and medicine. The shelf life is 1 year.


Effective analogues include:

  • Kazumin;
  • "Coloradocide";
  • "Diamond";
  • "Gaubsin".

"Phytoplasmin" is an effective remedy that helps to cope with a variety of bacterial infections. In this case, it is important to strictly adhere to the instructions. Compliance with safety rules is of great importance.

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