Uses :The nematophagous fungus, Verticillium chlamydosporium, has considerable potential as a biological control agent for root-knot nematodes on a range of crops. The fungus is a general facultative parasite that attacks the eggs of several nematode species.
Mode of Action: The fungus is capable of functioning as a parasite to eggs and females of the root-knot nematode. It forms a network of hyphae that covers the egg mass, penetrates the egg, and starts feeding on the nematodes’s internal content.
|Technical Name:||Verticillium chlamydosporium|
|CFU Count:||2×108per gm (min)|
|Purpose:||Effective Control of Nematodes – Root Knott, Reiniform, and Citrus Nematodes
Method of Application & Dosage
Seed treatment 7 gm/Kg of seeds , properly mix it and shade dry before sowing.
Nursery beds 100 gm/ per sq. meter
Soil Application 2 kg Per/acre either drip/conventional system or mix with 300-500 kg FYM , incubate it and finally bradcast the field.
Tomato, Brinjal , Carrot , Okra , Chillies , Cabbage , Cauliflower , Cucurbits , Beet root , Paddy , Cotton ,Sugarcane , Wheat , Sorghum , Sunflower, Groundnut , Ginger, Turmeric , Legumes, Rose , Gerbera , etc , wherever plant parasitic nematodes had observed.
500 ml / 1 Litre in liquid form.
500 gm / 1 kg in powder form.
|Dosage:||Soil application- 2 kg /Acre|
|Crops:||CIB Label:Tomato & Okra
Recommended Crops- Cereal, Sugarcane, Pulses, Oilseeds, Grapes, Orange, Pomegranate, Pulses, Vegetables, Spices, Cotton, Medicinal & Aromatic plants.