The resistance power of plant pathogens increased several folds due to indiscriminate and over use of chemical fungicides. Several generic chemical fungicides became obsolete due to this reason.
Bio-fungicides are the best remedies where the growers were not able to control the plant diseases in spite of using heavy doses of chemical fungicides. They cure the plant and soil from disease causing pathogens. Unlike chemical fungicides, bio-fungicides give everlasting protection to the crop and soil. We recommend Bhoomika, Agnee and Hariz based on your crop and type of diseases.
Bio-insecticides are organic formulations recommended for the management of insects that feed on crops. They are different from chemical pesticides in several ways. They contain live bacteria that produce toxins which cause stomach poison in the insects and kill them.
The resistance power of plant pathogens increased several folds due to indiscriminate and over use of chemical pesticides. Several generic chemical pesticides became obsolete due to this reason.
Bio-insecticides are the best remedies where the growers were not able to control the insects in spite of using heavy doses of chemical pesticides. They cure the plant and soil from disease causing pathogens. Unlike chemical pesticides, bio-insecticides give everlasting protection to the crop and soil. We recommend VBT, Toxin, Shock and Biostorm based on your crop and the type of insects plaguing the crops.
Fungicidesarebiocidalchemical compoundsor biological organisms used to killparasitic fungior theirspores.Afungistaticinhibits their growth. Fungi can cause serious damage inagriculture, resulting in critical losses ofyield, quality, andprofit. Fungicides are used both in agriculture and to fightfungal infections in animals. Chemicals used to controloomycetes, which are not fungi, are also referred to as fungicides, as oomycetes use the same mechanisms as fungi to infect plants.
Fungicides can either be contact, translaminar or systemic. Contact fungicides are not taken up into the plant tissue and protect only the plant where the spray is deposited. Translaminar fungicides redistribute the fungicide from the upper, sprayed leaf surface to the lower, unsprayed surface. Systemic fungicides are taken up and redistributed through the xylem vessels. Few fungicides move to all parts of a plant. Some are locally systemic, and some move upwardly