Trianum-Shield is bio fungicide with active ingredient Trichoderma Harzianum, designed and created to biocontrol soil-borne disease such as Pythium spp., Rhizoctonia spp., Fusarium spp. and Sclerotinia.
Moreover, Trianum-Shield contains biological properties that promote plant growth, especially when it comes to the development of roots and aerial parts of the plant. Contact us for more details about the trichoderma bio fungicide.
Sclerotinia white mode
Pythium root rot
Rhizoctonia root rot
Rhizoctonia stem rot
Phytophthora root rot
Natura bio fungicide against damaging fungal pathogens
Promoting stronger, healthier roots
Compatible with other seed treatments and pesticides
Greater crop stand preservation
Enhances nutrient uptake
Increase stress Tolerance
Potential yield increases
Organic protects crop from yield loss
Zero residues, can be used in organic production
Competition for space, faster grow than other soil borne fungi
Competition for nutrients, take ways the nutrients source that pathogens needed
Parasitism of pathogens, break down the cell walls and pathogen dies
Strengthening of the plant, improves the root system for nutrient uptake
Induced resistance, reinforces the defence mechanism of the parts of plant
Facilitating the absorption of fixed and non-fixed nutrients
Fusarium Control (1-4 days) T.Harzianum Treated (1-4 days)
Rhizoctonia Control (1-4 days) T.Harzianum Treated (1-4 days)
Can be applied via drench, drip-irrigation, or by spray while sowing to the cultivation medium
Apply 2-4 kg per acre, as early as possible to the crop for optimal effect.
Reapply after 10~12 weeks to extend root protection for season-long fungus control
Use Trianum-Shield as a preventive method. To achieve optimal results, start using Trianum-Shield at the beginning of the crop cycle, preferable during sowing, cutting or planting. Trianum-Shield performs well under different environmental conditions. It grows in various climates (10-34°C), at a pH between 4-8, in many types of cultivation media and on the roots of many different types of crops.