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Rootshield G *Biological Fungicide Biological fungicide for control of root diseases in nursery and greenhouse crops. After application, it grows onto roots, providing long term protection against pathogens. Granular formulation for incorporation into a growing mix. • Manufacturer: BioWorks • Class: Biological • REI: 0 hours • Active Ingredient: Trichoderma harzianum, strain T-22
• www.bioworksinc.com • Signal word: Caution • Rate: 1-1.5 lb./cu. yd.
Controls: Pythium, Rhizoctonia, Fusarium, Cylindrocladium, Thielaviopsis
Rootshield WP *Biological Fungicide RootShield is a preventative biofungicide that protects roots from many pathogens including Pythium, Rhizoctionia, Fusarium, Thielaviopsis and Cylindrocladium. Mixed in growing media or drenched, RootShield blocks and actively attacks pathogens within 24 hours, ensuring uninterrupted plant growth. • Manufacturer: BioWorks • Class: Biological • REI: 0 hours • Active Ingredient: Trichoderma harzianum, strain T-22
• www.bioworksinc.com • Signal word: Caution • Rate: 4 oz./100 gal.
Price Each $108.19 $237.42 $2,216.38
Controls: Pythium, Rhizoctonia, Fusarium, Thielaviopsis and Cylindrocladium.
SoilGard *Biological Fungicide SoilGard is a naturally occurring nonphytotoxic soil fungus which is antagonistic to plant pathogen fungus such as Pythium and Rhizoctonia. It contains a high concentration of Gliocladium spores suitable for incorporation into soil or soilless media. SoilGard works as a preventative and will protect noninfected plants for months. • Manufacturer: OHP, Inc • Class: Biological • REI: 4 hours • Active Ingredient: Gliocladium virens, strain GL-21
• www.ohp.com • Signal word: Caution • Rate: 1-1.5 lb./cu. yd.
Price Each $109.29
Controls: Pythium, Rhizoctonia
Viral Diseases - Tospoviruses Impatiens necrotic spot tospovirus (INSV) and tomato spotted wilt tospovirus (TSWV) are two important plant viruses that are transmitted by thrips. These viruses can also be carried in infected cuttings or tubers, such as dahlia or ranunculus. INSV is the predominant virus affecting bedding plants. Plant Signs and Symptoms: The two viruses show similar symptoms, but these can be quite varied. They include brown or black spots on leaves; yellow, black, or necrotic rings or oakleaf patterns on the leaves, stems, or flowers; wilting or stunting; tip dieback; and a chlorotic mottle or mosaic on foliage. New York State IPM/Cornell University, Contagious Diseases.
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