Beauveria contains the spores and mycelial fragments of an entomopathogenic fungus called Beauveria bassiana which is used for controlling insect pests worldwide. It is also called “white muscardine fungus”.
The spore of Beauveria bassiana when comes in contact with the skin of the target insect pest, it germinates and grows directly through the spiracle into the inner body of the host. The fungus proliferates in the insect’s body, draining the insect of nutrients, eventually killing it in about 7 to 10 days. It helps to increase productivity by improving the crop health through containing the pest and is eco friendly and helps to maintain the ecological balance.
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