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International Journal of Chemical Studies

Vol. 9, Special Issue 2 (2021)
Innovative delivery methods for Trichoderma formulations


Author(s): Payal V Kose, MV Totawar, Meghal Tayade, Sarika W More and AV Zope

Abstract: The present investigation was carried out to evaluate the shelf life in T. asperellum tablets and capsules. Four types of tablets viz. T1 (T. asperellum talc tablet), T2 (T. asperellum charcoal tablet), T3 (T. asperellum lignite tablet), T4 (T. asperellum flyash tablet) and Six types of capsules viz. T5 (T. asperellum talc capsule), T6 (T. asperellum gelatin capsule), T7 (T. asperellum alginate capsule), T8 (T. asperellum alginate + charcoal capsule), T9 (T. asperellum gelatin + flyash capsule), T10 (T. asperellum Frozen culture mass along with disc capsule) were prepared and compaired with sorghum grains based carrier as control T11. Then observe the shelf life upto 180 days from the date of manufacturing at regular interval of 30 days. The study revealed that the desired minimum count i.e. 1 x 107 was noticed in all the formulations upto 180 days storage. Maximum cfu/g (76.33 x 107) was obtained inT10 i.e. frozen culture mass along with medium disc capsule followed by T4, T. asperellum fly ash tablet (39 × 107cfu/g). However, least cfu/g recorded in T9 T. asperellum alginate + charcoal capsules (20 × 107cfu/g). In the present study tablet and capsule delivery system of various formulations was also tried by using jaggery treatment and maximum population of T. asperellum obtained (77.66 × 107cfu/ml) in T10,T. asperellum Frozen culture mass along with medium disc capsule followed by (53 × 107cfu/ml) in T7, T. asperellum alginate capsule.

DOI: 10.22271/chemi.2021.v9.i2a.11844

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Payal V Kose, MV Totawar, Meghal Tayade, Sarika W More and AV Zope. Innovative delivery methods for Trichoderma formulations. International Journal of Chemical Studies. 2021; 9(2): 14-18. DOI: 10.22271/chemi.2021.v9.i2a.11844
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