OVERVIEW : SACK-UP is an organic certified Organo-Mineral Fungicide. SACK-UP is a recent concept in which Organic Extracts and Natural Minerals are used in combinations to control plant Fungus and Improve Immunity of the plant to fight against Fungal and Viral diseases as well as act as plant food nutrients with zero plant residue.
SACK-UP is a Potassium rich Organo-Mineral combination which is very effective on Powdery Mildew other types of dry fungus. SACK-UP is very rich in Potassium; it fulfils plant’s Potassium need and also results in increase in size and weight of fruits.

DOSAGE :■ 1 -2ml per litre of water of foliar spray as per crop stage. Spray in cool conditions like morning and evening.
■ 1 litre per acre for root fungal diseases through drip irrigation or fertigation system.

SIZES : 500 ml & 1 Litre


Certified under NPOP standards accredited by APEDA

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    SACK-UP is an effective organo-mineral fungicide that helps get rid off powdery mildew diseases.

    SACK-UP is rich in Potassium (K) which results in increase in the size and weight of fruits.

    Potassium (K) increases crop yield and improves quality. It is required for numerous plant growth processes.

    How Potassium works to increase crop yields:
    ■ Increases root growth and improve drought resistance.
    ■ Activates many enzyme systems.
    ■ Maintains turgor; reduces water loss and wilting.
    ■ Aids in photosynthesis and food formation.
    ■ Reduces respiration, preventing energy losses.
    ■ Enhances translocation of sugars and starch.
    ■ Produces grain rich in starch..
    ■ Increases protein content of plants.
    ■ Helps retard crop diseases.


    ■ Organic Matter -    10%
    ■ Mineral Potassium >  40%
    ■ Plant Extract Auxins -  4%


    Powdery mildew is a common disease on many types of plants. There are many different species of powdery mildew fungi and each species only attacks specific plants. For example, the powdery mildew affecting peas is a different species from the one attacking apples. A wide variety of vegetable crops are affected by powdery mildews, including artichoke, beans, beets, carrot, cucumber, eggplant, lettuce, melons, peas, peppers, pumpkins, radishes, squash, tomatoes, and turnips.

    Powdery mildew first appears as white, powdery spots that may form on both surfaces of leaves, on shoots, and sometimes on flowers and fruit. These spots gradually spread over a large area of the leaves and stems. An exception is one of the powdery mildews that affect artichokes, onions, peppers, and tomatoes: it produces yellow patches on leaves but little powdery growth.

    Leaves infected with powdery mildew may gradually turn completely yellow, die, and fall off, which may expose fruit to sunburn. On some plants, powdery mildew may cause the leaves to twist, buckle, or otherwise distort.

    Powdery mildew grows well in environments with high humidity and moderate temperatures. In an agricultural setting, the pathogen can be controlled using careful farming methods. It is important to be aware of powdery mildew and its management as the resulting disease can significantly reduce crop yields. Greenhouses provide an ideal moist, temperate environment for the spread of the disease.


    ■ Keep in a cool & dry place

    ■ Shake well before application

    ■ Keep out of reach from children & pets