Pre-plant soil fumigation with TriClor is a critical step to ensure that your orchard replants get off to a good start.
- Root rot
Damage caused by citrus nematodes is called citrus slow decline, which refers to the gradual starvation and consequent deterioration of the tree.
TriClor is used to manage soil-borne diseases, insects, nematodes, and weeds. Creating a healthy soil environment prior to replanting allows the plant’s root system to flourish. A healthy root system leads to enhanced trunk, shoot, and canopy growth.
California Citrus Trial
Multiyear Trial, initiated in 2019
Goal: To examine the performance of TriClor in Citrus to determine nematistatic effects on key plant parasitic nematodes – such as citrus nematode (Tylenchulus semipenetrans), sheath, root lesion, and root knot nematode. This trial is testing TriClor at three different rates: 200lbs, 175lbs, and 150lbs.