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IInd Group of Herbicide –Bioherbicides

These are the bioherbicdal prepared from extracts from plants/ plant parts, fungal spores or its fermented products.

During the last one decade a new approach to biological weed control, called bioherbicdal control, has been developed which is completely private company oriented. This bioherbicides approach involves spray of specific fungal spores or its fermentation products, against the target weed. These preparation are called Mycoherbicides. The concerned firs sell these products to farmers as sprayble formulations, just like herbides. Although none of these preparation has been tried in India, But it may be useful to know of some successful bioherbicidal products used with success abroad.  

Some commercial mycoherbicides use abroad.

Sr.No

Product

Content

Weeds Controlled

1

De-vine

A liquid suspension of fungal Spores of phytopthora palmyora. It causes root rot in the weed.

Strangle vine ( Morrening Odonata)

2

Collego

Wettable powder containing fungal spores of colletotrichum gloeosporoides sp. Aeschynome.

Joint venth ( Aeschynomes spp) the bioherbicide causes stem and leaf blight in the weed.

3

Bipolaris

A suspension of fungal spores Biopolaris Sorghicola.

Sorghum halepenese ( Johnoson Grass)

4

Biolophos

A microbial toxin produced as fermentation product of Streptomyces. Hygroscopicus.

Non-specific general vegetation.

Current Category » Weed Management