Black Pit in Banana

Black Pit are dark-coloured, depressed spots (‘pits’), up to 10 mm. in diameter, are recorded on Cavendish banana fruits. Pits first appear in the field, usually on almost mature bunches, and increase in numbers during cold storage and ripening. Disease is maximal during and for a short time after heavy rainfall.

How to control Black Pit in Banana

Mancozeb DG

Manozeb DG Tub 2Kg

Mancozeb DG is a dry flowable preventative fungicide formulation for the control of certain fungal diseases in ornamentals and turf. Economical crop… Read More

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Unizeb 750 DF

UniZeb 750 DF bag

Unizeb is a dry flowable preventative fungicide formulation for the control of certain fungal diseases of fruit, vegetables, ornamentals and turf.… Read More

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