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Application

Apply when the sun's ultraviolet radiation does not harm the beneficial organisms. Bactiva™ is a preventive biofungicide that controls root rot and can replace chemical fungicides. It may be necessary to rotate the applications with compatible chemical fungicides.

Vegetables:
Dilute Bactiva™ in water and apply with a tank sprayer or through the irrigation system.

Germination tray:
Sprinkle 1g/germination tray 5 days after sowing and the same quantity again a few days before transplant. Each time drench the product to the roots with additional water.

Production in the field or greenhouse:
Apply a total of 0.5-1.5kg/Ha in small quantities at intervals of 2-3 weeks.

Grains:
Apply a total of 500g/Ha at the time of planting.

Tree nursery (germination trays, containers or germination bed):
Spray 1kg/70,000 plants each month throughout the first 3 months. Afterwards use the same doses at intervals of 2 months.

Grasses:
Apply a total of 0.5-1.5kg/Ha at intervals of 2-3 months and at rates of 250g.

Sugarcane:
Apply 500g when planting.

Ornamentals:
Apply 50g for each 1,000m2.

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Biofungicide that contains beneficial bacteria and Trichoderma

A biofungicide and root growth promoter suitable for all kinds of crops. It contains several species of Trichoderma and beneficial bacteria; prevents fungal diseases of the root, both at seedling stage and in established crops.


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Summary | Technology | Benefits | Application | Ingredients | Storage | Compatibility

Package sizes | MSDS | Spec sheet 

Biofungicide that contains beneficial bacteria and Trichoderma 

A biofungicide and root growth promoter suitable for all kinds of crops. It contains several species of Trichoderma and beneficial bacteria; prevents fungal diseases of the root, both at seedling stage and in established crops.