Hello JADAM team. The use of copper in agriculture is very typical in my country and it is presented as the only remedy for many plant diseases: dent of the peach tree, repilo of the olive tree, diseases of the grape... My question is, in principle, can JS completely replace copper treatments? Are there any known crop diseases that JS cannot control? Thank you so much for the answers. Congratulations on your work.
JS can control almost all diseases except alternaria leaf spot on crops. It also has a strong effect on anthracnose. And it doesn't leave any blemishes. Po is sensitive to JS, so you need to use a 1000-fold dilution.
In Korea, copper pesticides are made and used, especially on the alternaria leaf spot of fruit trees.