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Effect of different substrates on the growth and sporulation of Trichoderma viride native isolates



Effect of different substrates on the growth and sporulation of Trichoderma viride native isolates



Agricultural Science Digest 20(3): 150-152



T. viride isolates (I1, I2 and I3) were mass multiplicated in black ash, coir waste, farmyard manure, neem cake, peat soil, press mud, rice bran, rice husk, spent straw from mushroom bed, sugarcane bagasse, talc, tapioca thippi and vermiculite. T. viride growth was highest in farmyard manure and coir waste (474 and 263 x 105 spores/g) during the incubation period of 3 weeks.

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