BIOZELL-Subtil is a biological fungicide based on a selected strain of naturally antagonistic bacteria Bacillus subtilis. BIOZELL-SUBTIL contains endospores of Bacillus subtilis. It works as a fungicide and plant growth promoting rhizosphere bacteria (PGPR). It is formulated as a Wettable Powder with a CFU count of 1 X 10 x 8 / g. that is approved for use in organic farming.

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Dosage and method of application:

Seed treatment. Mix 10-15 g of BIOZELL-SUBTIL in a sufficient quantity of water to make mud and coat the seeds with this mixture. Dry the seeds in the shade and sprinkle them. The seeds can also be mechanically mixed in a seed treater. The treated seeds should not be mixed together with chemical fertilizers / chemical pesticides.

Soil application. Mix 5 Kg / Ha of BIOZELL-SUBTIL with 500 Kg of organic manure / fertilizer. Incorporate this mixture at the time of sowing / planting.

Foliar spray. Mix 10 g of BIOZELL-SUBTIL per 1 L of water and spray. Spraying depends on the climatic conditions that favor the appearance of the disease and should be done before the appearance of the disease. Spray 7-10 days apart depending on crop and intensity of disease. The addition of an adhesion agent to the solution will help better adherence of the formulation to the cultures and offers better control of the disease.

BIOZELL-SUBTIL is compatible with biopesticides and not with chemical fungicides.

➢ BIOZELL-SUBTIL effectively controls most economically important diseases such as root rot, root wilt, early seedling rot, late fog, leaf spot, stem rot, and diseases from mold on crops Pest reduction improves plant health and therefore increases crop productivity.
➢ BIOZELL-SUBTIL is pet friendly, ecological and suitable for babies.

Recommended crops:

BIOZELL-SUBTIL is suitable for its application in Cereals, Millets, Pulses, Oils, Fiber Crops, Sugar Crops, Forage Crops, Plantation Crops, Vegetables, Fruits, Spices, Flowers, Medicinal Crops, Aromatic Crops, Orchards and Ornamentals

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