- Do not use chemical fungicide after application of Trichoderma for 4-5 days
Method of Applications :
- Spraying : Mix 1 lit / 1 kg Trichoderma in 200-250Lit of water for spraying of 1Acre of land
- Seed Treatment : Mix 5ml / 5 gm of Trichoderma in small quantity of water & apply on 1 kg of seeds. Dry the inoculated seeds under shade over clean paper or gunny bag and sow immediately
- Soil Treatment : Mix 1Lit / 1 kg Trichoderma in 25 kg cow dung & use this for preparation of 1 Acre of land
- Preparation of seedbeds : Mix 500 ml / 500 gmÂ Trichoderma in 100Lit of water spray it on 10 cents or 1x10 meter area after sowing
- Use for fruiting crops : Mix 500 gm Trichoderma in 100 Lit water & apply it to plants deep up to roots or through drip irrigation
- Trichoderma is compatible with Organic manure Trichoderma is compatible with biofertilizers like Rhizobium, Azospirillum, Bacillus Subtilis and Phosphobacteria
- Trichoderma can be applied to seeds treated with metalaxyl or thiram but not mercurials
- It can be mixed with chemical fungicides as tank mix
|Scientific Name||Trichoderma viride|
|Shelf Life||12 months|
Trichoderma Viride Fungicide is an eco-friendly biological fungicide containing spores and conidia of Mycoparasitic Fungi Trichoderma Viride, having 2 X 108 colony forming units (CFU) per gram. Trichoderma when introduced along with seeds or at root zone protect the seedlings from attack by soil borne pathogens that cause root / collar / stem rots, wilts, damping offs, leaf blights spots etc. and promote healthy growth in early stages of crop. Vigorous growth of biological Trichoderma Viride Fungicide overshadows the pathogenic fungi, which are overpowered and prevented from infecting the plants. Before pathogens attempt infection via germinating seeds or roots they can be suppressed and controlled by various methods.
They have evolved numerous mechanisms for both attack of other fungi and for enhancing plant and root growth such as : Mycoparasitism, Antibiosis, Competition for nutrients or space, Tolerance to stress through enhanced root and plant development, Solubilization and sequestration of inorganic nutrients, induced resistance Inactivation of the pathogens enzymes by secreting certain plant growth stimulating substance.
Used In :
- Collar rot caused by Pellicularia rolfsii.
- Root rot caused by Pellicularis filamentosa.
- Dry rot caused by Macrophomina phaseoli.
- Loose smut caused by Ustilago segetum.
- Karnal bunt diseases.
- Charcoal rot caused by Macrophomina phaseoli.
- Black surf caused by Rhizoctonia solani.
- Seedling blight caused by Pythium.
- Damping off caused by Pythium sp. Phytophthora sp.
- Foot rots of Pepper and betel vine.
- Capsule rot of several crops.
- Dutch elm disease on elm's honey fungus (Armillaria mellea) on a range of tree species.
- Botrytis caused by Botrytis cinerea.
- Rots on a wide range of crops, caused by fusarium, Rhizoctonia, and pythium, and sclerotium forming pathogens such as Sclerotinia & Sclerotium.
- Enhances yield along with quality of produce
- Boost germination rate
- Increase in shoot & Root length Solubilizing various insoluble forms of Phosphates Augment Nitrogen fixing
- Promote healthy growth in early stages of crop
- Increase Dry matter Production substantially
- Provides natural long term immunity to crops and soil
- Eliminates the use of costly and harmful chemicals
- Talc as carrier for Solid preparation
- Liquid preparation
Recommended Crops :
- Trichoderma is used in protecting crops such as Cauliflower, Cotton, Tobacco, Soybean, Sugarcane, Sugarbeet, Eggplant, Red Gram, Bengal Gram, Banana, Tomato, Chillies, Potato, Citrus, Onion, Groundnut, Peas, Sunflower, Brinjal, Coffee, Tea, Ginger, Turmeric, Pepper, Betel Vine, Cardamom