Trichoderma Water Insoluble Powder


Trichoderma viride is a highly efficient organic biological agent that offers numerous benefits. With its rapid growth and reproduction rate, Trichoderma viride efficiently absorbs and utilizes nutrients, water, space, and oxygen present in the soil. By doing so, it creates an unfavorable living environment for plant pathogens, effectively mitigating their impact.


Trichoderma Water Insoluble Powder

  • In the pursuit of sustainable agriculture, farmers are continually exploring innovative and eco-friendly solutions to enhance crop productivity and combat plant diseases. it is one such revolutionary product that harnesses the power of beneficial fungi to promote plant growth and protect crops from harmful pathogens. This article delves into the world of Trichoderma Water Insoluble Powder and its potential to shape the future of modern farming practices.
  • Trichoderma Water Insoluble Powder is an organic biofungicide derived from the Trichoderma species, a group of naturally occurring fungi found in soil and decaying organic matter. Unlike its water-soluble counterpart, this powder form offers distinct advantages, making it a preferred choice for many farmers.
  • The water-insoluble nature of this powder provides an extended residual effect on the plant’s root zone. Once applied to the soil, the beneficial fungi persistently colonize the rhizosphere, continuously protecting the roots from diseases.

Mechanism of Action

  • It is used for seed and soil treatment for suppression of various diseases caused by fungal pathogens.


1. It is increase the systemic disease resistance of plants.
2. Increase the absorption of nutrients and the effective use of fertilizers.
3. Increase plant growth and yield.


  • Soil Application: apply 1 kg Trichoderma viride for 1 acre land.
  • Seed Treatment /Seed Dressing: Mix 20gm of Trichoderma viride powder per Kg of seed before sowing.


Trichoderma viride is most useful for all types of Plants and Vegetables such as cauliflower, cotton, tobacco, soybean, sugarcane, sugarbeet, eggplant, red gram, Bengal gram, banana, tomato, chillies, potato, citrus, onion, etc.

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