Category: News
Date published: April 10, 2024

Trianum - enhancing the health and strength of your spring transplants

Ensuring the well-being of your spring plantings in greenhouses is essential to ward off potential diseases that can hamper growth and lead to significant losses in upcoming harvests. When it comes to transplantations for the next crop cycle, we recommend the application of our biological fungicide Trianum. This T22 strain of Trichoderma harzianum swiftly establishes itself in the plant's roots, creating a protective barrier against soil pathogens like Fusarium, Sclerotinia, Rhizoctonia, and Phytium.

Hybrid strain

The T22 strain is a unique hybrid combining strains that have a fast root colonizing capacity and a strong disease-controlling effect. Trianum adapts seamlessly to various growing mediums, including soil, perlite, coconut fibre, rockwool, and more. It thrives on the roots of all greenhouse-grown plants and adjusts to different soil types, with the Trianum strain displaying growth tolerance between 8 and 34ÂșC and pH levels ranging from 4 to 8.5.

The positive effects of Trianum are noticeable right from sowing and during the initial weeks of plant development. This potent biological fungicide not only shields against soil diseases but also enhances the roots' ability to absorb nutrients and water. For optimal results, Trianum should be applied to the seedbed to ensure root inoculation in the greenhouse. In cases where it hasn't been applied in the seedbed, Trianum can be applied during the first available irrigation.

High-quality crops 

In essence, Trianum not only fortifies plants against stress induced by diseases but also tackles challenges such as poor nutrition, and suboptimal climatic conditions such as heat and drought. With its year-round applicability, the enduring effects of this biological fungicide contribute to the long-term improvement of soil biodiversity. The outcome is robust, healthy transplants that are less susceptible to diseases. It is important to remember that it's the weaker plants that attract diseases and pests. With Trianum, you're taking the first crucial step towards a successful quality harvest and optimal yields.