The ideal solution to the problem of plant parasitic nematodes
Bionematicide formulated with the fungus Pochonia chlamydosporia, a facultative parasite of nematode eggs, which colonizes the soil and plant roots gradually reducing nematode populations below the critical level. It is used in organic and conventional production systems.
Active ingredient: Clamidospores of P. chlamydosporia var. catenulata Srain IMI SD 187.
General characteristics of P. chlamydosporia
P. chlamydosporia is a common soil fungus, a facultative parasite of nematode eggs. It is considered an effective organism for the biological control of plant parasitic nematodes. Its condition as a good rhizosphere colonizer, the production of high resistance spores (chlamydospores) and its capacity to parasite eggs of different nematode species are remarkable.
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– It grows well in a soil temperature range of 15-32⁰C and pH between 5,5-8.
– Parasitism of nematode eggs up to 70% is reached with the first cycle of use.
– It is compatible with other beneficial organisms of agricultural interest such as Rhizobium sp., Trichoderma spp. and Glomus clarum.
– It is compatible with pesticides and plant biostimulants such as Cypermethrin, Karate, Amidor, Benomyl, Zineb, Mitigan and Fitomas E, among others.
– Besides being a facultative parasite fungus of phytonematode eggs, the strain IMI 187 SD P. chlamydosporia var. catenulata was recently shown to be a plant facultative endophyte, with a stimulating effect on plant and root growth and of defense against root pathogens.
– Its effect is enhanced when combined with other control measures such as the use of resistant cultivars, trap plants, sunlight exposure, biofumigation, green manures, allelopathic and repellent plants, plant extracts, organic amendments, soil management, use of beneficial microorganisms and different crop rotation schemes.
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The formulation of this product allows its direct application to the soil, the plant or by irrigation systems.
Nurseries: Mixed to the substrate for seedlings (1kg.m-3).
At transplanting and 30 days after: With inundative or inoculative doses accordingly. Incorporated into the soil before and during transplantation (30g.m-2). In holes for transplantation, apply (1g.plant-1).
It is recommended to avoid the direct contact with non-compatible products like Cuproflow, Biobras, Rogor, Mancozeb, Domark and Galben.
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The product should be kept refrigerated or at room temperature, away from sunlight and at low humidity (50% or less), until 3 months without affectation of its biological properties.
For further information
Tel.: (5347) 863897 – 849166
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