Paecilomyces Lilacinus is a naturally occurring fungus found in many kinds of soils throughout the
world. As a pesticide active ingredient, Paecilomyces lilacinus is applied to soil to control nematodes
that attack plant roots. In laboratory studies, it grows optimally at 21-32 degrees C, and does not
grow or survive above 36 degrees C. It acts against plant root nematodes by infecting eggs,
juveniles, and adult females.
Eggplant, potato, chilli, tomatoes, cucumbers, flowers, orchards, vineyards, ornamentals in greenhouses, lawns, nurseries and landscape.
Plant parasitic nematodes in soil, Examples include Meloidogyne spp. (Root knot nematodes); Radopholus similis (Burrowing nematode); Heterodera spp. and Globodera spp. (Cyst nematodes); Pratylenchus spp. (Root lesion nematodes); Rotylenchulus reniformis (Reniform Nematode); Nacobbus spp.(False Root knot Nematodes)