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using plantshield as dusting on callla tubers

Posted by apermann z6 ID (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 24, 05 at 14:30

Hi has anyone had any experience with Plantshield (Trichoderma) I think it is also called Rootshield as a dusting on calla tubers. The directions say that it can be dusted on tubers before planting or used as a drench. I have seen some literature that said it is best to incorporate into the soil before planting but I do not have a rate for that use. Has anyone used this product and do you know of any benefits of incorporating over dusting the tubers? Thanks in advance


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RE: using plantshield as dusting on callla tubers

  • Posted by Hen11 z7 Eng UK (My Page) on
    Mon, Apr 4, 05 at 16:54

to be honest, callas (zantedeschia) do not need much tuber care. I plant mine out into insect and nasty infested soil which is prone to mould and rot and they do fine. I hope i have understood correctly that plantshield is an anti rot or insect detterant.

If not, forget everything you just read


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RE: using plantshield as dusting on callla tubers

Callafornia Callas recommends Root Shield or Soil Guard at 0.75 - 1.0 lb/cu yd.


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