TriClor soil fumigation is used by grape growers to control nematodes and other soilborne pests.

Vineyards are vulnerable to soil-borne diseases such as:

  • Crown Gall
  • Root Rot
  • Phytophthora
  • Nematodes
  • Fusarium
  • Pythium
TriClor plays an important role in agriculture production and benefits both the grower and the consumer. Studies repeatedly show that soils fumigated with TriClor* produce healthier roots that allow the trees to establish themselves faster and more uniformly. This allows fertilizer and irrigation inputs to be utilized more efficiently, saving you time and money on the front end, and maximizing your harvest yields and profits on the back-end.



California Grape Trial

Multiyear Trial, initiated in 2019
Goal: To fully investigate the nematicidal efficacy of Chloropicrin as well as Telone through the seasons providing suppression of key plant parasitic nematodes that are known to impact grape – such as dagger, ring, root knot, root lesion, stunt, and spiral.