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Multiplex Minchu
 
 
 
Content: Bacillus thuringiensis
Bacillus thuringiensis var kurstaki is a naturally occurring bacterium and it secretes several crystal proteins, when spray on lepidopteron pests, it bore the outer cuticle and enter into the insect body and multiply. Because of secretion of various end toxins the infected pest will die within 3 days.
Insects/Pests/dlseases: Effective control against insects from the order Lepidoptera in all crops. The biopesticides produce from B.t. is highly active on Diamond back moth of cabbage,army worm and semiloopers of Cole crops, pod borer of Bengal gram, fruit borer of tomato,shoot and fruit borer of brinjal, bhendi, red hairy caterpillar and Spodoptera spp. of groundnut,lemon butter fly etc.
Dosage: Dissolve @ 5 g of Multiplex Minchu in one litre of water and apply on the entire plant.
FUNCTION: Cause lethal infection to most insect pests belonging to the insect order Lepidoptera & thereby preventing further feeding/damage. Most popular bio-pesticide to control lepidopteron crop pests
 
 
 
 
Multiplex Nisarga
 
Content:Trichoderma viride
Insects/Pests/diseases: It can be used against the root/collar/ stem rot, damping off, wilt & blight diseases of crop plants like paddy, vegetables, fruits, grams, coffee, tea, pepper, cereals, pulses, coconut, areca nut, tomato, cucumber, carnation, cardamom, etc.
Dosage:
Seed treatment: Dissolve @ 2 ml/4 g of Multiplex Nisarga in 10 ml of water to treat 1 kg seed
Nursery : Dissolve @ 250 g of Multiplex Nisarga in 50 kg of FYM/ Annapurna and broadcast on the nursery bed required for one acre main field.
Foliar application: Dissolve @ 1 ml/3 g of Multiplex Nisarga in one litre of water
Soil application : Dissolve @ 100 ml/1 2 kg of Multiplex Nisarga in 100 kg of FYM/ Annapurna and broadcast on one acre.
Plantation:Dissolve @ 3 ml/10 g of Multiplex Nisarga in 2 kg of FYM/ Annapurna and apply to each plant.
Frequency of application:Two to three applications in vegetables & field crops and 4-5 applications in lawns and landscape crops at 2-4 weeks intervals are recommended.
Precautions
  • Applications during early stages of plant growth protect the plant during critical stages of development.
  • Do not use chemical fungicide after application of NISARGA for 4-5 days.
Compatibility:NISARGA is compatible with Organic manure, Biopesticides, bio-fertilizers
Function:
  • The fungus secretes enzymes & toxins. Kills the pathogen before attacks the plant/crop
  • Quick multiplication & produces antibiotics to kill the disease causing organisms.
  • It stimulates plant growth.
  • Uses as seed dressing for all seeds
 
 
Multiplex Sparsha
 
Content : Pseudomonas fluorescence
  • SPARSHA act on pathogens through mycoparasitism and antibiosis.
  • SPARSHA secretes certain enzymes that has the capability to destroy the cell wall of fungal pathogens.
  • Sparsha secretes Hydrogen Cyanide and antibiotics which inhibits the growth of disease causing organisms
  • SPARSHA increase the soil fertility by fixing atmospheric nitrogen and solubilise unavailable phosphorus
  • It secretes growth harm ones like gibberellins compounds and increase the plants growth vigorously.
  • It is suitable for all crops
  • Can be used along with bio-fertilizers.
Insects/Pest/diseases : Sparsha effectively controls wilt and root rot diseases of Ground nut, Cotton, banana, Soybean, Tomato, Pigeon Pea etc Also controls leaf & sheath blight in paddy, controls soil, seed & air born diseases, onion smut, paddy blast, bacterial wilt, die- back in chilli & tomato etc
Dosage:
Foliar application :Dissolve @ 1 ml/3 g of Multiplex Sparsha in one litre of water and apply on both sides of the leaves.
Soil application: : Dissolve @ 100 ml/1 2 kg of Multiplex Sparsha in 100 kg of FYM/ Annapurna and broadcast on one acre.
Plantation: Dissolve @ 3 ml/10 g of Multiplex Sparsha in 2 kg of FYM/ Annapurna and apply to each plant.
 
 
 
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