Excalibur™ Gold is a Trichoderma-based product that contains patent-pending strains utilizing ABM’s™ iGET™ technology. The strands of Trichoderma are combined with an 80/20 talc blend to help the plant produce a much larger root system, develop resistance to plant stresses such as disease and drought, and increase nutrient uptake so that the plant will better utilize the nutrients readily available to create greater potential for a better crop.
Excalibur™ Gold has been tested throughout the world with many different soil types and hybrids of seeds with great success. ABM™ prides itself to be able to meet the needs of farmers throughout the world. Excalibur™ Gold is packaged in small quantities for the rural farmer and in bulk size for the large-scale production farmer.
1 Full packet of Excalibur™ Gold is to be mixed with 45 kilograms seed.
Refer to the Excalibur™ Gold label for specific rates and directions for use.
Directions for Use:
Excalibur™ Gold is recommended to be applied to 45 kilograms of seed. Mix seed and Excalibur™ Gold together until the seed is covered throughout. Once the seed is covered plant immediately.
For root dip or drench application
Prepare slurry by transferring one pouch and 3 liters of NON-CHLORINATED water into a plastic or metal container that has sufficient size to fit its volume. Mix solution thoroughly until Excalibur™ Gold is mixed within the water evenly. Place the root system of the transplanted crop into the slurry mix for 5 seconds or until the root system is sufficiently covered. Once the root system is covered plant treated crop immediately.
Crops Served by Excalibur
ABM™ agricultural products are earth-friendly and 99 percent pure. APHIS, a regulatory agency of the United States Department of Agriculture, determined that ABM’s™ strains are safe when introduced into foreign soil types.
Agronomic Field and Row Crops
Beans (soybeans, snap, dry)
Corn (grain, seed sweet corn, silage, popcorn, high-oil)
Peas (dry, succulent)
Alfalfa, Hay and Forage Crops
Sweet and hot peppers
Leafy Vegetables and Cole Crops
Lettuce (head and leaf)
Legume Vegetable and Field Crops
Snap and dry beans
Succulent and dry peas