Diseases and disease suppression in the soil A healthy plant is the basis for high production . However, cultivation conditions for crops are seldom optimum . Harmful fungi, viruses and bacteria can attack at any time . These weaken the crop and put it under more stress . Soil-borne diseases Cultivation conditions for crops are seldom optimum . If the capacity for disease suppression is low and the plants are heavily laden, harmful micro-organisms in the root environment in particular can severely disrupt the growth of the crop . A number of common and problematic soil-borne diseases are Pythium, Fusarium, Phytophtora, Rhizoctonia and Sclerotinia. Solutions Trianum • Fungus: Trichoderma harzianum-T 22 • Protects your plants against soil-borne diseases and gives your crop vitality and vigour • Packaging: Wettable powder in bag within cardboard outer (Trianum-P) or granules in bag within bucket (Trianum-G) Trianum increases the resistance of plants to stress caused by diseases, sub-optimal feeding and watering regimes or climatic conditions, and increases nutrient uptake. 20 Pagina 19

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