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TNC TricorrP5

  • Stimulates the plants immune system and natural defences

  • Increase resistance to Botrytis, Pythium etc 

  • Controls pathogenic species including Fusarium 

  • Improve overall growth and yield 

  • Improve germination rates

TNC TricorrP5 is formulated to provide your crop with natural protection against harmful moulds and bacteria. It contain 5 species of Trichoderma and 3 Bacillus species, specially selected for their beneficial properties. The selected Trichoderma in TNC TricorrP5 are beneficial fungi which are known to be antagonistic towards harmful and undesirable species. They are a natural fungi which will help to protect your crop and increase resistance to disease and infection – including Botritus (Grey mould), Fusarium and Pythium (Root rot).

A highly concentrated product, a single gram of TNC TricorrP5 contains over 1.5 billion micro-organisms

TNC TricorrP5 will also protect your plants in other ways :- Trichoderma release compounds around the plants root system which will then enter the plant and in doing so trigger and stimulate it’s natural defence mechanisms. Trichoderma degrade waste organic matter – releasing valuable nutrients – making them available to your plants whilst also destroying potential breeding sites for pathogens.

TNC TricorrP5 will play a major part in the chain of bio-diversity that surrounds your plants root system

Although Trichoderma occur naturally, they will not be present in inert, manufactured or processed growing media. Even in soil that may have previously had a healthy population of fungi, any disturbance to the soil will break up and destroy the chains of hyphae.


Mix 1g of TNC TricorrP5 with every 5 litres of growing medium (mix well)
10g will inoculate a 50 litre bag of coir and 200g will treat up to 1m3 of substrate


Trichoderma hamatum, T. harzianum, T. koningii, T. longibrachiatum, T. reesei,
(each at 1 x 10^11 cfu/kg)
Bacillus subtilis, B. amyloliquefaciens, B. licheniformis, 
(each at 4 x 10^11 cfu/kg)

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