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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A naturally occurring, common soil fungus that has been shown to suppress a variety of soil-borne plant pathogens. Appearance and life cycle: Known to used in the following countries: Biopesticide type Fungicide Glioocladium 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 plant pathogens, including Pythium spp.
Formulation and application details Usually supplied as a granule formulation that are mixed with soil or other growth media a day before or at the same time as seeding, planting, or transplanting.
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Yes, known to cause a problem: No, known not to cause a problem: Possibly, status not identified -: Monday 28 May Contact: A naturally occurring, common soil fungus that has been shown to suppress a variety of soil-borne plant pathogens Example virejs controlled: USA Known to used in the following countries: No data found Handling issues: EU Candidate for substitution CfS.
Listed in EU database. Minimum active substance purity. Common throughout the United States. Cultured under controlled conditions for commercial applications. Various soil-borne plant pathogens, including Pythium spp. Protected and field crops including legumes, brassicae, tomatoes, lettuce, cotton and ornamentals. Useful for IPM strategies where approriate approvals for use are in place.
US EPA chemical code. Molecular mass g mol G liocladium virens G L Relevant Environmental Water Quality Standards. Examples of recorded resistance.
Fungal virrns with faintly vinegar odour. Formulation and application details. Usually supplied as a granule formulation that are mixed with soil or other growth media a day before or at the same time as seeding, planting, or transplanting.
Solubility – In water at 20 o C mg l Solubility – In organic solvents at 20 o C mg l Melting point o C.
Boiling point o C. Degradation point o C. Octanol-water partition coefficient at pH 7, 20 o C.
Dissociation constant pKa at 25 o C. Vapour pressure at 20 o C mPa. Henry’s law constant at 25 o C Pa m 3 mol Maximum UV-vis absorption L mol -1 cm Surface tension mN m Soil degradation days aerobic.
DT50 lab at 20 o C.
DT90 lab at 20 o C. Dissipation rate RL50 on plant matrix.
Dissipation rate RL50 on and in plant matrix. Aqueous photolysis DT50 gliocadium at pH 7. Aqueous hydrolysis DT50 days at 20 o C and pH 7.
Water phase only DT50 days. BCF l kg Mammals – Glioclxdium oral LD 50 mg kg Birds – Acute LD 50 mg kg Q3 No adverse effects expected or identified. Fish – Acute 96 hour LC 50 mg l Aquatic invertebrates – Acute 48 hour EC 50 mg l Aquatic crustaceans gliocladiium Acute 96 hour LC 50 mg l Sediment dwelling organisms – Acute 96 hour LC 50 mg l Aquatic plants – Acute 7 day EC 50biomass mg l Algae – Acute 72 hour EC 50growth mg l Earthworms – Acute 14 day LC 50 mg kg Other soil macro-organisms – e.
Threshold of Toxicological Concern Cramer Class.
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Mammals – Dermal LD50 mg kg -1 body weight. Mammals – Inhalation LC50 mg l Other Mammal toxicity endpoints.
General human health issues. No adverse health effects identified.