Effective Control Of Downy Mildew & Other Diseases
CFU – 2 X 108per ml
HS Code – 30029030
Documents – MSDS / LABEL / FCO / COA / Trial report
Mode of action
Bacillus subtilis is a rhizospheree and phyllosphere colonizing bacterium. These are proven bacterial and fungal antagonize that protect plants from diseases. They are able to control several soil, seed borne and air borne crop diseases caused by fungus belong to deuteromycetes, oomycetes, ascomycetes and bacterial plant pathogens. Because Bacillus subtilis forms spores,. Therefore, even if treated seeds are stored for prolonged period, the bacteria stay alive and then grow and multiply after the seeds are planted.
Bacterial and fungal antagonism is due to nutrient composition on the site of exclusion, colonization of bacteria on fungal pathogen and release of cell content during growth to eliminate the fungal pathogen immediate in environment. It also induces plant natural systematic resistance against bacterial and fungal pathogen known as (SAR) Systematic Acquired Resistance
Growth promotion activity:
Bacillus subtilis produce growth promoting substances thereby increase sprouting rate of seed and growth of seedlings and plant.
Cotton, Pea, Beans, Millets, Pulses, Oilseeds, Tomato, Onion, Garlic, Basil, Cucurbits, Mango, Ber, Grapes, Citrus, Ginger, Cereal, Corn, Pomegranate, Apple, Peach, Plum etc…
Mildown controls Downy mildews in different crops.
Method of application and dosage:
- Foliar Spray – At the time of emergence of disease dissolved 5 – 10 ml MILDOWN per litre of water and give 2 – 3 sprays on the standing crop at 10 – 15 days interval.