Antimix™ CN
Antimicrobial blends
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Description

Fungal pathogens are the most economically important diseases that affect fruit and vegetable crops. Although application of fungicides is far the most effective method to control these diseases, it can be involved in many problems due to health risk concerns and environmental pollution. Thus, there is a growing need to develop alternative approaches for the management of this pathogen. The use of bio-active substances such chitosan and natamcyin is alternative approaches to control fungal decay for marketable quality of post-harvest fruits and vegetables.

 

 

Antimix™ CN is natural powerful antifungal agent formulated by bio-active ingredients including fungal chitosan and alpha-natamycin, which can greatly reduce disease caused by fungal pathogens in post-harvest fruits and vegetables. 

Application

Post-harvest fruits and vegetables, for examples, 

Fruits

Fungus

Spoilage

Rec. Dosage

Fruit

Fungus

Spoilage

Rec. Dosage

Bananas

Colletotrichum sp.

Crown rot

0.2-0.5%

Fusarium semitectum

Soft rot

Lasiodiplodia theobromae

Cushion rot

Nigrospora oryzae

Squirter rot

Figs

Aspergillus niger

Black rot

0.01-0.5%

Fusarium spp.

Soft rot

Hanseniaspora uvarum

Souring

 

Tropical fruits

Avocadoes

Colletotrichum spp.

Anthracnose

0.1-0.5%

Mangoes

Phomopsis sp.

Stem end rot

0.1-0.5%

Papayas

Diplodia sp.

Stem end rot

0.1-0.5%

 

Berries /Soft fruits

Strawberries

Sclerotinia spp.

Watery white rot

0.01-0.3%

Botrytis cinerea

Grey rot

Cladosporium spp.

Grey black rot

Rhizopus stolonifer

Leaking rot

Raspberries

Mucor piriformis

Leaking rot

0.01-0.3%

Phytophthora cacotorum

Leather rot

Blueberries

Alternaria spp.

Woolly mould

0.01-0.3%

Botrytis cinerea.

Grey mould rot

Monilinia spp.

Mummification

 

Grapes

Grapes

Botrytis cinerea

Grey rot

0.3-1%

Cladosporium spp.

Black rot

Penicillium spp.

Blue mould

Rhizopus stolonifer

Watery soft rot

 

Tomatoes

Tomatoes

Alternaria alternata

Black rot

0.1-0.5%

Botrytis cinerea

Grey mould rot

Cladosporium herbarum

Grey black rot

Geotrichum candidum

Sour rot

Rhizoctonia solani

Soft rot

Rhizopus stolonifer

Watery rot

 

Melons

Melons

Alternaria alternata

Black rot

0.1-0.5%

Cladosporium spp.

Black rot

Colletotrichum lagenarium

Anthracnose

Fusarium spp.

Pink rot

Penicillium spp.

Blue mould rot

 

Pineapples

Pineapples

Fusarium sp.

Brown rot

0.1-0.5%

Penicillium sp.

Brown rot

 

Citrus

Oranges, lemons

Alternaria citri

Stem end

Black rot

0.1-0.5%

Botrytis cinerea

Grey mould rot

Diaporthe sp.

Stem end rot

Fusarium sp.

Brown rot

Geotrichum candidum

Sour rot

Penicillium italicum

Blue rot

Penicillium ulaiense

Whisker mould

Phomopsis sp.

Stem end rot

Phytophthora sp.

Brown rot

Sclerotinia spp.

Cottony rot

Septoria sp.

Septoria rot

 

Pome fruits

Apples, pears

Alternaria sp.

Black to brown spots

0.05-0.5%

Botrytis cinerea

Grey mould rot

Penicillium expansum

Blue rot

Penicillium solitum

Blue rot

Physalospora obtusa

Black rot

Phytophthora sp.

Brown rot

Phlyctema vagabanda

Bulls eye rot

Rhizopus stolonifer

Transit rot

Venturia sp.

Black spot

 

Stone fruits

Peaches, apricots

Alternaria sp.

Black to brown spots

0.1-0.5%

Cladosporium herbarum

Grey black rot

Cherries, plums

Diplodia sp.

Watery, tan rot

0.01-0.3%

Monilinia fructicola

Brown rot

Nectarines

Aspergillus niger

Black rots

0.02-0.3%

Botrytis cinerea

Grey rot

Geotrichum candidum

Sour rot

Monilinia fructicola

Brown rot

Penicillium expansum

Blue rot

Rhizopus stolonifer

Transit rot

Trichothecium sp.

Pink rot

Nigrospora oryzae

Squirter rot

Key Benefits

® Alternatives to synthetic fungicides in fungal disease control and quality maintenance

® Shelf life extension

® Natural processed-aid coating

Regulation

Fungal Chitosan has been recently approved for use as a noval food ingredients and aid-processing in Europe ((EC) No. 258/97, EFSA), USA (21 CFR 170.36, FDA), Australia and New Zealand (F2014L00033, Food Standards Australia New Zealand).

 

Natamycin is approved by US FDA as an additive to the feed to retard the growth of specific molds. (21CFR573.685). And EPA’s Biochemical Classification Committee classified Natamycin as a Biochemical Pesticide active ingredient, and -Streptomyces lydicus (the source of Natamycin) is currently registered by the Agency under Registration Nos. 73314-1, -2, and -4 as a microbial pesticide for greenhouse, nursery, turfgrass, agricultural and seed treatment uses.