Vampire

Description
Vampire a Homoeopathic Natural / bio based broad-spectrum fungicide against fungal diseases. In vampire highly diluted & potentized homoeopathic medicines are used as active ingredients. These medicines are active against fungal infection but not detectable in lab analysis. For detection, Mother Tincture of Berberis vulg. & Hydrastis are used

Aim And Targets
A huge quantity of our vegetables destroys in field due to fungal diseases .Vampire is a classical field research based product which is designed against following diseases.

Damping-Off (seedling disease)—Seeds of many vegetables are susceptible to damping-off fungi when planted in infested soils. The seeds may fail to germinate, or seedlings may be attacked before or after emergence and turn brown, shrink, and finally die. Control measures include these: plant fungicide-treated seeds in well-drained areas; do not apply excessive amounts of nitrate forms of nitrogen fertilizers; and rotate the location of the vegetables.

Root Rot of Beans and Southern Peas—Root rot is severe on green beans, lima beans, and southern peas. The disease first appears as reddish or reddish-brown areas on stems and roots. As the disease advances, discolored areas spread until the entire root and lower stem are affected. Above-ground symptoms include stunting, yellowing, drooping of leaves, failure to produce normal pods, and death.

Early Blight of Tomatoes—early blight is a major disease of tomatoes in Mississippi. Symptoms first appear on lower, older leaves as circular, dark brown to black spots that often contain rings, giving a “target board” effect. As the disease progresses, leaves turn yellow, wither, and drop off. Frequently, only the upper half of the plant has green leaves, and in severe cases, the plant becomes completely defoliated.

Blossom-End Rot of Tomatoes—Blossom-end rot occurs on the tomato fruit. It may also be a problem on peppers, squash, and watermelons. It is more common on fruit that is one-third to one-half grown and occurs on the blossom end of the fruit. It begins as a small, water-soaked spot that develops into a dark brown, leathery spot that may involve half the fruit. The surface of the spot shrinks and becomes flat or sunken.
Blossom-end rot is caused by a lack of calcium in the developing fruit. The uptake of calcium from the soil by the tomato plant can be reduced by fluctuations in soil moisture—either excessively wet soil or excessively dry soil. The disease commonly occurs when plants are grown rapidly and luxuriantly early in the season and are then subjected to prolonged dry weather. Because of drying conditions, the disease may be more serious on the windward side of a garden and on staked tomatoes than on unstated or bushy plants.

Prevent blossom-end rot by maintaining a soil pH around 6.5, irrigating and mulching to maintain uniform soil moisture, and avoiding heavy applications of nitrogen. Control blossom-end rot by spraying with 4 tablespoons of 96 percent calcium chloride per gallon of water at 7- to 10-day intervals for 4 applications. Begin spraying with first appearance of symptoms. Overdosing plants with calcium chloride may result in leaf burn. Calcium chloride is suggested only for tomatoes. 

Spotted Wilt of Tomatoes and Peppers—this viral disease is transmitted by several species of thrips and may kill plants or drastically reduce fruit-set. Fruits from diseased plants are generally small and distorted. Tomatoes develop irregular yellowish blotches. Initial symptoms appear as thickening of veins on younger foliage. Younger foliage generally exhibits a pronounced downward curling. Internodes become shortened, and immature fruit does not ripen. Dark purple streaks can occur on leaves, stems, and fruits. Other symptoms are blighting and blackening of young shoots. On individual leaflets, small, dark, circular dead spots may appear. Badly spotted leaves may turn dark and wither.

Southern Blight—Southern blight affects most garden vegetables. The fungus that causes southern blight attacks plant parts (roots, stems, leaves, or fruit) that are in contact with or just under the soil surface.
The first visible symptoms are usually an advancing yellowing and wilting of the foliage, beginning with the lower leaves. During warm, moist weather, a white fungus growth may appear on the lower stem near the soil surface and on organic debris in the soil. Later, light tan to dark brown mustard seed-like bodies called sclerotia develop in the mold. As the disease advances, aluminum foil and plant so that 2 inches of wrapped stems are below and 2 inches are above the soil.

Stem Anthracnose of Lima Beans—Stem anthracnose is the most common disease of lima beans. The first stages of infection appear on pods as small, brick-red blotches. These blotches may spread over the entire surface of the pods. Later, the diseased areas become brownish to grayish and may have many tiny black specks which are fruiting bodies of the fungus. Occasionally, diseased pods fall from the plant.
A brick-red streaking may occur along the veins on the underside of leaves and on young stems.
Reddish spots occur on the lower leaf surface and enlarge and become noticeable on the upper leaf surface. Occasionally, leaves are killed and fall from the plant. Severely diseased plants are yellow and stunted.

Mosaic—This virus disease commonly infects beans, sweet corn, squash, melons, cucumbers, peas, peppers, and tomatoes. Symptoms include the following:
• Misshapen leaves with light and dark green areas.
• Fruit with green specks, yellow and green mottling, or bumps.
• Distorted fruit.
• Overall stunted plants.

Powdery Mildew—Powdery mildew is caused by a fungus that commonly occurs as a white, powdery growth on leaves of cucumbers, squash, melons, beans, and English peas. Binomial and chlorothalonil effectively control powdery mildew on vine crops, and sulfur provides control on beans and peas.

Fusarium Wilt—This fungal disease often infects watermelons, cabbage, tomatoes, sweet potatoes, beans, and peas. Lower leaves often turn yellow on one side of the plant only. Two brownish streaks that originate from the roots are exposed when the stems are split lengthwise. Infected plants are usually stunted and wilted. The best way to control fusarium wilt is using resistant varieties.

Fruit Rot—Bacteria and fungi often infect fruit, resulting in soft, slimy fruit with an offensive odor. You can reduce the occurrence of fruit rot by staking, mulching, avoiding mechanical injury to fruits, controlling insects, following a regular fungicide program, and removing mature fruit from the garden.

Rust—This fungus disease occurs commonly on beans and sweet corn as reddish-brown spots on leaves that rub off when touched. Apply fungicides like chlorothalonil or sprayable sulfur at the first sign of disease and at weekly intervals thereafter until the disease is under control.

Mode Of Actions
Homeopathic natural / Bio fungicide is contact and systemic pesticides which have special drug affinity towards the oxidation centre of the pest and cause the suffocation which results in mortality of the pest.

FORMULATION

One liter Vampire contains

Thuja Occid = 200 X 200 ml
Silicea. = 200X 200 ml
Natrum Ars. = 200C 200 ml
Gelsemium. = 100X 200 m
Berberis vulg. = 1X 100 ml
Hydrastis. = 1X 100 ml

All Formulation prepared in 50 % Alcohol & 50 % distill water.

Drug
According to the below mentioned drug definition there is no drug in Black Warrant.
Drug” includes-g) “drug” includes
(I) any substance or mixture of substances that is manufactured sold, stored, offered for sale or represented for internal or external use in the treatment, mitigation, prevention or diagnosis of diseases, an abnormal physical state, or the symptoms thereof in human beings or animals or the restoration, correction, or modification of organic functions in human beings or animals, not being a substance exclusively used or prepared for use in accordance with the Ayurvedic, Unani, Homoeopathic or Biochemic system of treatment except those substances and in accordance with
such conditions as may be prescribed.

Effectiveness Time Frame
The above-mentioned mode of action start immediately after the spray and completion period is 24 hours to 7 days.

How And When:
• According to the E.T.L
• For the better results always make the 1% solution of Black Warrant & spray the field thoroughly.

Toxicity
There is no toxicity of Vampire for human beings, livestock and plants because all of those medicines, which are used in homoeopathic natural / Bio fungicide, already used in homoeopathic system of medicines, naturopathy and herbal system of medicines for the treatment of human beings, plants and livestock. References detail & Predators data is attached with.

Type of Spray Machine:
It can be sprayed both with knapsack sprayer or Boom sprayer.

Packing
1000 ml

Dosage
1000 ml / Acre