Appearance:Green powder Product Features:
1. Antagonistic mechanism
2. Parasitic effect
3. Antibiosis. Trichoderma viride can produce antagonistic chemicals in the metabolic process to poison plant pathogenic fungi. These antagonistic chemicals include antibiotics and some enzymes.
4. Inducing plant resistance
5. Hydrolase initiates the defense reaction of the plant, directly inhibits the germination of the pathogen, inactivates the enzyme of the pathogen, and prevents the pathogen from invading the plant cell.
6. Protective enzymes strengthen plant disease resistance Control objects: soil-borne diseases including seedling blight, pythium disease, damping-off and fusarium wilt. Description About Trichoderm Aviride(Trichoderma Viride):
As a kind of beneficial fungus, Trichoderma viride is found widely in soil and other matrices. It has strong viability and wide adaptability. It also has antagonism against a variety of plant pathogens and a strong ability to break down cellulose. Trichoderma viride can antagonize a variety of pathogenic fungi, especially for soil-borne pathogenic fungi. Trichoderma fungicides have antagonistic effects on a variety of plant pathogenic bacteria through the production of antibiotics, nutrient competition, microparasite, cell wall degrading enzymes and induced plant resistance, and has dual functions of protection and treatment, which can effectively prevent soil-borne fungal diseases. The use of Trichoderma fungicides in the seedbed can increase the survival rate of seedlings and transplants and maintain the robust growth of the seedlings. Trichoderma viride can also be used to control botrytis cinerea.
It can be directly added into the compost, organic fertilizer, biological agent and other fertilizers. It plays an important role in the decomposition of fiber and the prevention and cure of Pathology.