Category: News
Date published: June 01, 2024

Trianum: new package – same quality

Starting this June, you will receive Trianum with a brand-new look and feel. As we continue to rebrand our product range, this new packaging seamlessly aligns our brand's vision and the rebranding of our full product portfolio.

And although the packaging may be different, you can expect the same trusted quality to help you to effectively control soil-borne diseases in your crop.

Your natural shield against soil-borne diseases 

Trianum is based on the unique fungus Trichoderma harzianum T-22 and protects plants against various soil-borne pathogens such as Pythium, Fusarium, Rhizoctonia and Sclerotinia. Additionally, Trianum increases the plant’s resistance to stress caused by diseases and suboptimal conditions in nutrition, water and climate.

When applied in the right way, Trianum is as effective as chemical fungicides. But whereas chemical fungicides put stress on the plant, Trianum makes the plant more resilient to stress. Additionally, Trianum improves the root system, which enhances the uptake of water and nutrients and supports the plants’ growth. By controlling soil-borne pathogens and promoting plant growth, Trianum safeguards and optimizes yield.

Trianum easy to integrate in your IPM 

Trianum is available in two formulations: Trianum-P; granules that can be dissolved in water and applied via spray and irrigation systems and Trianum-G, granules that are mixed in the soil. Both formulations can be easily applied using standard spraying equipment, such as drip irrigation, in-furrow spray equipment or in-furrow micro granulate dispenser, making Trianum easy to integrate in your IPM strategy.

Trianum can be applied in many different crops, such as potatoes, carrots, pears, maize, tomatoes, onions and cucumbers.

Keep an eye out for our new Trianum packaging, bringing you a touch of freshness while maintaining the same great quality you are used to from us.

Application of Trianum-G

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