NORIKO T3 (Azoxystrobin 18.2% w/w + Difenoconazole 11.4% w/w SC)

Azoxystrobin 18.2% w/w + Difenoconazole 11.4% w/w SC Class : Fungicide Directions of Use : Paddy: For sheath blight 1st spray (Preventive) of Carmi at the first sign of the disease i.e approx. 45 days after transplanting. 2nd spray Parizox T2 @ 60-65 days after transplanting. 3rd spray Noriko T3 @ 75-80 days after transplanting.
CropDiseaseCIB Dose ml/haDilution in Water (L/ha)
CottonLeaf spot, grey mildew500 ml500
SugarcaneRed spot, Smut, Rust400 ml400
WheatRust and Powdery mildew500 ml500
TomatoEarly and late blight500 ml500
PaddySheath blight and blast500 ml500
OnionPurple blotch, Stemphylium blight, Downey mildew500 ml500
MaizeBlight and Downey mildew500 ml500
ChilliAnthracnose and Powdery Mildew500 ml500
TurmericLeaf blotch, Leaf spot, Rhizome rot500 ml500


  • Powerful combination: Synergy of two advanced chemistry and have multisite action.
  • Double efficiency: Rapid uptake through plant parts Inhibits spore germination, translaminar and xylem mobility within the plant reduces spread of disease.
  • Wide spectrum Usage: Used for fruits, vegetables, field crops as well as garden.
  • Long lasting control: Through Preventive, Curative and Systemic action.


  • It’s a dual systemic fungicide which inhibits spore germination at the early stage of fungal development. Thus, it protects the crop against invasion by fungal pathogens.
  • Systemic fungicide : absorbed by leaves, roots, seeds.
  • Preventive, curative action action.


  • Apply as a protectant.
  • Repetitive use at 10-days interval under moderate to heavy disease.
  • Pressure and at 15-days interval under low disease pressure.


  • Uniform spray should be advisable
  • Do not mix with bare hands
  • Keep away from foodstuffs, empty foodstuff containers and animals
  • Wear safety equipment’s such as gloves, aprons, masks, etc.
  • Do not smoke, drink, eat and chew anything while broadcasting
  • Avoid contact with mouth, eyes and skin
  • Take bath properly after application
  • Antidote – No specific antidote is known. Treat symptomatically.