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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 12, Issue 3 (2023)

Mass multiplication and Shelf life of Trichoderma hamatum in different solid based carriers

Author(s):

Adyasha Das and Shyama Sundar Mahapatra

Abstract:

In the present study five different formulations with Trichoderma hamatum i.e., Castor cake, Gypsum, Vermicompost, Talc powder & FYM were prepared and the colony forming units (cfu) was highest initially, but gradual decline was recorded with the increase in storage time. The result revealed that all the formulations contained initial cfu count in range of 5.3 to 11.62 X 107 cfu / g. However, maximum cfu was observed in vermicompost (5.31 X 109 cfu / g) followed by FYM (3.59 X 109 cfu / g). The maximum population of Trichoderma hamatum (cfu) of 5.31 x 109 cfu/g was observed in Vermicompost which was followed by Farm yard manure with population of 5.39 x 107cfu/gram formulation after 30 days of storage. After 180 days (6 months) population of Trichoderma hamatum cfu of 1.28 x 109 was found in Vermicompost followed by Farm yard manure with population (cfu) of 0.84 x 109 cfu/g of formulation.

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How to cite this article:
Adyasha Das and Shyama Sundar Mahapatra. Mass multiplication and Shelf life of Trichoderma hamatum in different solid based carriers. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2023;12(3):120-122.

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