Advanced Biological Marketing (ABM) introduces T-22 companion fungicide just in time for the winter wheat planting season. The company claims the new fungicide has been proven to increase yield while protecting wheat from disease for the entire growing season.
T-22 contains a strain of the beneficial fungus Trichoderma Harzianum Rifai, developed at Cornell University. The fungicide has been proven to protect wheat plants from the soilborne pathogens Pythium, Fusarium, Sclerotinia and Rhizoctonia. It is both EPA-approved and certified organic. According to the company, the product does not affect groundwater or runoff.
T-22 is a companion product and works best when used in conjunction with a traditional fungicide.