Agriguard is a 100 percent natural bio-fungicide containing Trichoderma harzianum 1.00% W.P.
T. harzianum is an opposing parasite for the control of scourge, root decay, damping-off, seed decay, crown decay, dark spot, unit decay, filth, and neck impact.
The astounding significance of this item comes from the way that its dynamic fixing (Trichoderma) is from a 100 percent regular source.
More about Trichoderma
Trichoderma is a variety of organisms that are available in all dirts, where they are the most predominant culturable parasites. They are additionally the best bio-fungicides utilized in the present agribusiness.
These green-hued organisms are notable for their antifungal and plant development invigorating impacts.
Trichoderma harzianum (strain T-22) is a half and half strain created to upgrade specific qualities of its parent strains. These improvements in sickness opposition, ecological resilience, and harvest similarity made T. harzianum one of the first bio-fungicides available.
It has shown to be helpful in controlling normal soil-borne sicknesses like Fusarium, Pythium, and Rhizoctonia on a wide scope of harvests including corn, soybeans, potatoes, tomatoes, and cotton.
Agriguard: How can it work?
T. harzianum uses a few strategies to smother parasitic infections.
In the first place, it shapes an actual bond with the underground root growth of the plants, setting up a good foundation for itself in the rhizosphere (root zone) and in this manner keeping different microbes from colonizing the dirt. This bond and constant development of the T. harzianum all through the underground root growth shapes an actual obstruction to establish microbes.
The creature likewise benefits from overabundance supplement content left unused by the root foundation, which would have given a food source to approaching microbes. Remembering that, T. harzianum doesn’t slow down mycorrhizae movement or Rhizobium (a typical nitrogen-fixer).
Moreover, T. harzianum discharges chitinases (explicit chemicals that denature chitin) to separate the cell mass of parasitic microbes in the dirt. The openings in the cell divider made by the catalysts transform the pathogenic organisms into prey for other soil microorganisms.
The mix of these strategies permits T. harzianum to uproot different organic entities from the dirt and the root foundation to foster extra biomass valuable in expanding plant yields.