Category: News
Date published: November 13, 2020

Trianum: Not a picky fungus

Trichoderma harzianum T-22 is not a selective fungus and thrives on pretty much anything that grows and flowers and has roots. This makes Trianum a very rewarding product for many growers, both in the greenhouse and outside.

The biological fungicide Trianum is registered in many countries for use in numerous crops, including vegetables, fruit and berries, tree nursery products, perennials, bulbs, herbs, and grasses. This product can also be used in arable crops such as corn, soy, and wheat.

Via soil or water

You can apply Trianum as soon as a plant makes roots in the propagation phase. This can be done by means of clay granules that you can sprinkle over or mix with the soil or substrate, Trianum-G, or through a powder that is dispersible in water, Trianum-P.

Because fungi are difficult to establish on stone wool, Trianum-G is often sprinkled between the substrate and the pot to improve the establishment of the fungus. The application on stone wool has to be repeated on a monthly basis. Growers who grow their crops in soil or on organic substrates or perlite have it a little easier, as one application every two months is sufficient.

Suitable for use in nearly all conditions

Trianum is also not very selective about the conditions in which it finds itself. This product remains effective under a wide variety of circumstances and works well in a soil temperature between 10 and 34 °C/50 and 93°F and a pH value between 4 and 8.5. Please note: for maximum effect it is important to use Trianum as early as possible during cultivation!