DERMACON V | Trichoderma viride

Trichoderma viridi acts on plant pathogens through competition for space and nutrients, parasitization, disintegrates the pathogen hyphae by enzymes and antagonistic properties.

COMPOSITION

Trichoderma viride fungus with a population density of 109 c.f.u./ml.

BENEFITS

Dermacon V controls Root rot, Collar rot, Rhizome rot, Wilt, Red rot, Damping off, Smut, active on blights/leaf spots caused by Alternaria, Ascochyta, Cercospora, Macrophomina, Myrothecium, Ramularia Downy mildews & powdery mildews.

Application details:

Rice, Wheat, Maize, sorghum, Cotton, Pulses and Vegetables(3-4 month crops)

Seed Treatment: The seeds required for one acre is mixed with 50 ml of Azosfer, Rhizofer, Pseudocon, Dermacon V each and shade dried for 30 minutes before sowing.

Soil Application: For 1 ac, Mix 200 ml – 400 ml of Azosfer, Rhizofer, Phosphofer, Kmofer, Pseudocon and Dermacon V with organic manure and apply as basal application. or through fertigation.

Turmeric, Ginger, Banana, Sugarcane and Flower crops(6 month to 1 year crop)

Soil Application: For 1 ac, Mix 500 ml of Azosfer, Rhizofer, Phosphofer, Kmofer, Pseudocon and Dermacon V with organic manure and apply as basal application. or through fertigation.

Coconut, Mango, Amla, Citrus, Sapota, Vanilla, Pepper, Cardamom, Tea, Coffee, Palm, Cashew and Cocoa.

Foliar Application:
• 2ml of Dermacon V per litre of water.
• Foliar application is recommended for sigatokka leaf spot in banana, leaf blotch and leaf spot in turmeric, powdery and Downy mildews in various fruit and vegetable crops only.
• During foliar application of Dermacon V, always use pseudocon 2ml/litre and organic plus 5ml/litre for immediate recovery.

Benefits:

Highly active on
• Root and stem rots caused by Schlerotinia and Rhizoctonio.
• Damping off caused by Pythium
• Blights/leaf spots caused by Alternaria, Ascochyta, Cercospora, Macrophomina, Myrothecium, Ramularia.
• Downey mildews and Powdery mildews.
• Anthracnose spots in fruits such as Mango, Papaya, and Banana etc.
• Fungal diseases.