Gliocladium virens is a naturally occurring, ubiquitous soil saprophyte found throughout the United States in various soil types. This common soil fungus has. Sources of carbon and nitrogen and the carbon:nitrogen (C:N) ratio influenced both production of gliotoxin and growth by a strain of Gliocladium virens. Higher. Bio-pesticide properties for Gliocladium virens, including approvals, environmental fate, eco-toxicity and human health issues.
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GL also produces a broad spectrum antibiotic called gliotoxin which kills many soil pathogens.
Vapour pressure at 20 o C mPa. Public Health Service Guidelines, it is the responsibility of the customer to ensure that their facilities comply with biosafety regulations for their own country. Water phase only DT50 days. Soil degradation days aerobic.
Documentation Permits These permits may be required for shipping this product: Formulation and application details. Cookies are small text files that contain a string of characters and uniquely identifies a browser. Any condition s All condition s. It survives as thick-walled vegetative segments of mycelium, termed chlamydospores, usually embedded in organic matter.
Contact our curators Dr. Degradation point o C. Retrieved from ” https: BCF l kg Lily Eurwilaichitr and Dr. Views Read Edit View history. Appearance and life cycle: Pairwise sequence alignments Polyphasic identifications. Various soil-borne plant pathogens, including Pythium spp. Garcia ML, et al. Certain other species including Gliocladium virens were recently transferred to the genus Trichoderma  and G. Solubility – In water at 20 o C mg l Foster Glioclaadium flavum J.
Google cookies and technologies Google Analytics: Biopesticide type Fungicide Substance group Micro-organism derived Minimum active substance purity – Known relevant impurities – Substance origin Natural Mode of action Mycoparasitic Substance source Common throughout the United States Substance production Cultured under controlled conditions for commercial applications Uses Crop protection Target pests Various soil-borne gliocpadium pathogens, including Pythium spp.
A naturally occurring, common soil fungus that has been shown to suppress a variety of soil-borne plant pathogens.
Melting point o C. Wei Gliocladium nicotianae Oudem. Protected and field crops including legumes, brassicae, tomatoes, lettuce, cotton and ornamentals. It is an alternative to currently registered chemical seed treatments and in virene situations may be useful as a replacement for methyl bromide for control of soilborne disease problems. The fungus is not persistent at the inoculated high concentrations and declines to pre-application levels over a period of a few weeks.
Dissipation rate RL50 on plant matrix.
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Gliocladium species occur worldwide in soil and decaying organic matter. Mammals – Dermal LD50 mg kg -1 body weight. It reproduces asexually, producing conidia that are held in masses of moist spores. Aquatic invertebrates – Acute 48 hour EC 50 mg l Register new name species, genus, family, etc Register new type specimen of existing taxa epitype, neotype, etc. Most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies, since this is required by most website owners in order to access their sites.
Commercial preparations of formulations of the fungus have appeared on the market as GlioGard TMan alginate prill formulation that is no longer available, and more recently as SoilGard TM. See below for more information. USA Known to used in the following countries: These permits may be required for shipping this product: It is replaced each time there is a query done.
Microscopically, Gliocladium species produces hyphae, conidiophores, and conidia borne from hyaline phialides. Gams Gliocladium salmonicolor Raillo Gliocladium sampajense Subram.
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Gliotoxin is a metabolite of G. Virsns Google Analytics, we can see what content is popular on our websites. Gliocladium  is an asexual fungal genus in the Hypocreaceae.