Re: Plant pathogen biocontrol: Trichoderma products
Kathy Brunetti (email@example.com)
Wed, 8 Apr 1998 08:35:10 -0700
>Hi! I'm posting this inquiry for a friend. You may reply to this
>Hello! I am aware of the potential for certain beneficial fungi to
>provide control of plant diseases. More specifically, I know that
>various species and strains of Trichoderma have been found experimentally
>to control Eutypa dieback of grapevines. The data frequently comes from
>overseas, and I believe Trichoderma use may be more common in Europe. My
>question is this: are there any Trichoderma products registered for use
>on grapes in California? Thanks in advance for any answers, leads, or
>Nord Coast Vineyard Service
I did a quick check and found several Trichoderma products registered in
California. I did not look further to see which might be registered on
grapes. You can check for yourself on the Calif.. Dept. of Pesticide
Regulation Web site.. Go to www.cdpr.ca.gov and follow the link to
Databases. You can find out what is registered in California or federally.
You will be asked for a chemical code. To save you the trouble of looking
up Trichoderma, there are three codes for different strains. They are
3977, 4019, and 5101. You can look at information on individual products
to see for what commodities they are registered.
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