Mycostop? Anyone use it for Fusarium control??

Discussion in 'Diseases and Pests' started by DirtMechanic, Apr 15, 2018.

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    I read it is a live culture of Streptomyces griseoviridis bacteria, but then it states it is taken from the Ray Fungus, so fungi spores? I read in a white paper that none of the 20 types of fusarium would grow in dishes with Streptomyces griseoviridis, so googling up the name brought me to Mycostop as a fungicide. I read it grows to or with the roots of most plants. The hydro growers mix it in RO (edit-reverse osmosis water) instead of tap water at .1g per gallon or 1 gram to 10 gallons and add it to their system. I have not innoculated my tomato seeds as I just found this and they are all sprouted anyway so I was going to drench at planting. Sound right?
     
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    DirtMechanic, Apr 15, 2018
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