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Bacillus subtilis / pumilus
Trichoderma viride / harzianum
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Beauveria bassiana
Verticillium lecanii
Metarhizium anisopliae
Paecilomyces fumosoroseus
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Verticillium lecanii

Verticillium lecanii is an entomopathogenic fungus. The mycelium of this fungus produces a cyclodepsipeptide toxin called bassianolide and other insecticidal toxins such as dipicolinic acid, which infect aphids, whiteflies, rust fungi, scale insects and lead to death the host.

Mode of action
The spores of this fungus when come in contact with the cuticle (skin) of target insects, they germinate and grow directly through the cuticle to the inner body of their host. The fungus proliferates throughout the insect’s body, draining the insect of nutrients, and eventually killing it in around 48-72 hours .


Crop
Ornamentals and vegetables in greenhouses; nurseries, lawns; landscape perimeters. Vegetable in field crops and other agricultural crops..

Target pests
Whiteflies, Thrips, Aphids and Mealy bugs.


Application methods
The product should be sprayed on foliage of plants using hand, ground, or aerial spray equipment. It is advisable to provide a good coverage on the undersides of the leaves.

Frequency of application
Applications should be repeated at least once in 15-20 days for four times. For greenhouse pest problems, applications in every 10-15 days are recommended. All applications should be based on monitoring of pest populations.


Dosage
Foliar spray: 2.5 kg / hectare in 500 litres of water i.e., 5 gm per litre of water. The spray volume depends on the crop canopy.

Drip system: 5 gm / litre of water. The resultant solution should be filtered before injecting into the drip system

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