Trich-a-soil contains an Australian strain of the beneficial soil fungi called Trichoderma viride. Trich-a-soil is used to colonise the roots of turf and other plants to help create a healthier growing environment for their roots. Trich-a-soil is also highly concentrated and contains 50 billion trichoderma spores per gram.
- Australian sourced strain of beneficial soil fungi (Trichoderma viride)
- Readily colonises plant roots for improved plant health
- Highly concentrated with 50 billion viable spores per gram
- Australian production ensures freshness and spore viability
50 billion viable spores/g Trichoderma viride
How It Works
Trich-a-soil is applied to soil or growing media where it will colonise the root zone to create a healthy growing environment for turf and other plants. It contains trichoderma which are beneficial saprophytic fungi that feed on sugars excreted by plant roots as well as dead plant material. Established colonies can help create a growing environment less favourable to soil borne pathogens.
Trich-a-soil contains a living fungus that is sensitive to a number of fungicides including benomyl, imazalil, propiconazole, tebuconazole and triflumizole. Read the front panel of fungicide labels to determine if the active ingredients are compatible. A full list of compatible fungicides is available from OCP if required.
When an incompatible fungicide has to be used, Trich-a-soil can be reapplied 10-14 days later.
For optimum results, the soil must remain moist and not too acidic or alkaline.
Unused Trich-a-soil should be sealed and kept refrigerated.