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Klamic is a product based on a selected and exclusive strain of Biotor, of the endophytic fungus and biological control agent  Pochonia chlamydosporia var. catenulata IMI SD 187 (=BCC-201).

Its strengths are based on its excellent characteristics such as BIONEMATICIDE and BIOSTIMULANT. These enhance rhizospheric microbial activity and favor the biological balance of the soil. 

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The studies carried out on the strain IMI SD 187 (=BCC-201),  have demonstrated a high level of production of resistance spores (chlamydospores), which increase their persistence in the soil under adverse conditions.


When colonizing the rhizosphere, it parasitizes eggs, juveniles and adults of phytoparasitic nematodes, by producing lytic enzymes that degrade the cell wall.of nematodes, penetrating and feeding on them. By reducing their populations it allows the root system to develop profusely.

The strainIMI SD 187 (=BCC-201) It stands out for its high efficiency in eliminating nematode eggs, reaching up to 70% parasitism in the first cycle, which allows its populations to be progressively reduced. Specifically, its high effectiveness was demonstrated in managing populations of plant endoparasitic nematodes of greatest economic importance, such as root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.), root lesions (Pratylenchus spp.), among others.

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In studies carried out with the IMI SD 187 (=BCC-201)Its high capacity to endophytically colonize the roots of various crops was demonstrated, giving rise to a symbiotic relationship with the plant. 


Induces resistance mechanisms

systemicin the plants.


Produces indole acetic acid (IAA),

growth phytohormone.


Solubilizes phosphorus and other nutrients

little available for the plant.


Creates a network of mycelia that grow along the rootsthrough which it translocates nutrients and water to the plant.


*Two annual cycles (at the beginning and end of winter).

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Kilometer 109.5 Pan-American Highway
Sébaco - San Isidro, Nicaragua

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