Sulphur IN HOMEOPATHIC DOSES ON MYCELIAL GROWTH AND SPORULATION OF Trichoderma SP.
NP Henkemeier; EG Dal´maso; VF Vaz; ODF Dildey; CC Meinerz; EJCU Laureth; OJ Kuhn; MV Toledo.
ABSTRACT: Trichoderma sp. is a fungus belonging soil microflora, being one of the
most researched nowadays as a biological control agent. The search for more effective
biological controls has been growing in the world and stimuli for the development of
fungi in the environment more competitive, homeopathy has been used seeking direct
effect on pathogens, however has been observed that some dynamizations has
stimulated the development of these organisms. In this context this study aims to
evaluate the mycelial growth and sporulation of Trichoderma sp. Sulphur in using
dynamizations 6CH, 12CH, 24CH, 48CH and witnesses hydroalcoholic solution and
distilled water, using BDA as substrate in a controlled environment, BOD with a
photoperiod of 12 hours with temperature 25oC. The evaluations were performed daily
and the data tested for average second Tukey test at 5% with the program Sisvar 5.0.
The results show significant effects on mycelial growth highlighting the dynamic 6CH
24 hours, only 48 hours 48 CH did not differ from all other witnesses sit higher
potencies in mycelial growth, only 72 hours treatment 24CH differed when compared
with the witnesses.
Keywords: Homeopathic, induction of sporulation.
Research papers concerning agrohomeopathy, homeopathy (if relevant), potentised BD remedies and so forth.