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Increasing the efficacy of Trichoderma harzianum for nutrient uptake and control of red rot in sugarcane
The application of Trichoderma multiplied culture (TMC) of T. harzianum strain Th 37 @ 20 kg/ha on the stubbles at the ratoon initiation stage increased the availability of nitrogen, phosphorus, phosphorus and potassium and resulted in significant growth promotion through improvement inRatoon initiation, number of tillers, cane height, and number of internode.
Eco-friendly management of red rot disease of sugarcane with Trichoderma strains
Application of Trichoderma biopesticide is eco-friendly, economical and efficient for improving soil health also and is useful for management of red rot and cultivation of moderately resistant varieties for several years.
Biological control of sugarcane smut (Sporisorium scitamineum) through botanicals and Trichoderma viride
Sett treatment with T. viride culture filtrate was superior among all the treatments as it improved germination, sprouting of clumps, millable canes and cane cane yield and yield in plant crop and ratoon crop, respectively.
Trichoderma induced improvement in growth, yield and quality of sugarcane
Application of T. harzianum andT.viride was found to be economical, non hazardous and useful for soil health and the benefit cost ratio suggests that by expending*Rs.
Biological control of red rot disease of sugarcane through Trichoderma harzianum and Trichoderma viride
The biocontrol of red rot offered by T harzianum and T. viride up to 5-6 months may be due to direct parasitic action of Trichoderma and also may be induced systemic resistance in sugarcane by the enzymatic actions of the metabolites released by the bioagent.
Managing red rot of sugarcane by Trichoderma harzianum.
Trichoderma harzianum Controls Red Rot and Influences Multiplication of Epiricania melanoleuca , an Ectoparasitoid of Pyrilla in Sugarcane Crop
Application of T. harzianum enhanced the field availability of nitrogen to the crop and consequently Pyrilla population increased which ultimately influenced the speedy multiplication of Epiricania .