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ORGANIC WILT CARE’ organic vermicompost provides good quality organic vermicompost with good neem flour and biological insecticides like Trichoderma harogenium, Pseudomonas fluorescens, Bacillus subtilis, biological fungicides., to prevent dry rot  and to eradicate those that have arrived such as Nematod, Bacterial, Verticillium, and Fusarium wilt diseases.


Fusarium Wilt: This disease is caused by the soilborne fungus Fusarium. It affects a wide range of plants, including tomatoes, cucumbers, and various ornamental species. Fusarium wilt typically starts with lower leaves wilting and yellowing, gradually progressing up the plant. The fungus blocks the plant’s vascular system, inhibiting water and nutrient transport.


Verticillium Wilt: Verticillium wilt is caused by the soilborne fungus Verticillium. It affects many woody and herbaceous plants, including trees and shrubs. Symptoms include yellowing, wilting, and browning of leaves, often appearing on one side of the plant. The fungus also invades the plant’s vascular system, restricting water flow.


Bacterial Wilt: Bacterial wilt is caused by various bacterial species, including Ralstonia solanacearum. This disease can affect a wide range of crops, including potatoes, tomatoes, and peppers. Symptoms include wilting, yellowing, and eventual plant death. Bacterial wilt can spread rapidly through contaminated soil and water.


Nematode-Induced Wilt: Certain plant-parasitic nematodes, such as root-knot nematodes, can infest plant roots and lead to wilting, stunting, and overall plant decline. These nematodes feed on plant roots, causing damage that disrupts the plant’s ability to absorb water and nutrients.


Controlling wilt in plants involves managing the factors that contribute to wilting, a condition where the plant loses turgor pressure, leading to a drooping or wilting appearance. Wilt can be caused by various factors, including water stress, diseases, pests, and environmental conditions.


  • Disease Management:

    • Identify and treat plant diseases promptly. Many wilting issues are caused by pathogens such as fungi or bacteria. Fungal diseases like Fusarium and Verticillium wilt, for example, can be managed with appropriate fungicides.
  • Pest Control:

    • Regularly inspect plants for signs of pest infestations, such as aphids or spider mites, which can contribute to wilting. Use integrated pest management (IPM) practices to control pests, including natural predators and organic pesticides.
  • Soil Health:

    • Maintain healthy soil by incorporating organic matter and using well-balanced fertilizers. Healthy soil supports robust root systems, which are better able to absorb water and nutrients, reducing the likelihood of wilting.
  • Proper Drainage:

    • Ensure good soil drainage to prevent waterlogged conditions, which can lead to root suffocation and diseases. Amending heavy soils with organic matter can improve drainage.
  • Temperature Management:

    • Protect plants from extreme temperatures, especially during hot periods. Provide shade, use reflective mulches, or employ other measures to regulate the temperature around plants.
  • Proper Planting:

    • Plant at the appropriate depth and spacing to ensure proper air circulation and reduce competition for resources among plants. Overcrowded or improperly planted areas can contribute to wilting.


Package Quantity- Available in  5kg ,25kg 40kg bags.

Organic Wilt Care - For wilt control, Root Rot & Nematodes in plants and crops

40 Kilograms
Excluding Sales Tax
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