BIOSAR MYCE (Paecilomyces fumosoroseus), is a naturally occurring fungus in soil. It is widely used to control lepidopteron pests in many agricultural crops. It is not harmful to the host plant or the environment. As a pesticide active ingredient, it is applied to soil to control nematodes that attack plant roots. It acts against a wide range of Arthropods, red spider mites, thrips, beetles, white flies, caterpillars etc.
• It forms a good molecule for use in IPM programme and there by helps to reduce the pesticide load
• Offers long lasting pest control as it does not affect natural enemies
• Does not create resistance, resurgence and residue problem.
• Effectively controls economically important pests of crops such as root knot nematodes, burrowing nematodes, cyst nematodes, lesion nematodes etc.
Soil application: 2.5 kg/ Hectare
Foliar spray: 5gm per ltr of water
Seed Treatment: Mix 4 ml of Biosar MYCE/ 5 gm of Biosar MYCE in 10 ml of water & treat this to 1 kg of seeds
For Nursery: Mix 250 ml of MYCE-L with 50 kg organic manure & broadcast to the nursery.
Main Field/Soil: Mix 1 lt of Biosar MYCE or 2 kg of Biosar MYCE in 100 kg of dried organic manure & broadcast to 1 hectare of area. (depending on crop canopy).
Foliar Spray: Mix 2 ml of Biosar MYCE in 1 lt of water and spray this in the morning/evening hours. i.e.1lt/hec.
The frequency of applications also depends on the pest and the crop. For greenhouse pest problems, applications once in every 15-20 days are recommended.
BIOSAR Doctor Tee is a biological formulation prepared from extracts of rarely available roots and leaves. It is a research based product which is highly effective in prevention and curation of plants from possible pest attack like insects and worms (not for Bacterial/Fungus/Virus attack)
Biosar BT (Bacillus thuringiensis), a naturally occurring bacterium is an effective control agent in many crops. The insects that die eating Bacillus thuringiensis are not considered dangerous to birds or animals that may feed the dead insect.
• Not harmful to plants or the environment
• Only microbial insecticide widely used to control lepidopteron pests in agricultural crops.
Best time to spray is early morning or evening as it is highly susceptible to degradation by sunlight. They mostly adhere to foliage for less than a week after application, the period shotens with rain or overhead watering.
Recommended For: Cereals, Pulses, Vegetables, Fruit crops, Cole crops, Orchards, Fibre crops, Cut flowers Ornamentals in greenhouses; nurseries, lawns and landscape.
Insecticidal soaps are based on potassium fatty acids and used to control many plant pests. Since insecticides work only when they are directly in contact with plants, threfore plants are weighed. Soaps have low mammalian toxicity and are considered safe to be used around children and pets. They are also used in organic farming.
Biosar Bashit is a combination of potassium oleate and neem oil. It is very effective for soft bodied insects. It can also be used for large bodies insects like grass hoppers and caterpillars, though large bodied insects can be difficult to control with just soaps. It is effective in reduction and control of spider mites, aphids, thrips, green/white flies, leaf hoppers, leaf spot downey mildew, bliguls, borty tis, scabs, rusts, powdery mildew and for naturally repelling insects such as flies, mites, ticks and lice from animals.
• It has no residual action and low mammalian toxicity (typically allowed uoto day of harvest)
• It can be used in combination with other insecticides
• Around 95% adults insects and 98% of nymphs die within 48 hours
• It kills the pest on contact
BIOSAR TRICHOTWIN, a preventive biological (living) fungicide attacks disease causing fungicide before they reaches the root system. It grows fast, coils around the pathogen, penetrates through it and takes away its nutrients. The pathogen eventually dies and is eliminated on field.
• It is not toxic to humans and not a water contaminant.
• It is host specific, can colonize and proliferate
• It is non pathogenic to host planst and environment