Effectives of mold killing
agents on wood / plywood surfaces greatly depend on how porous those surfaces are and on the extent of contamination. On any non-porous surfaces you don’t even need to use mold killing substances. You can simply scrub mold contaminated surface with warm, soapy water.
Porous wood surface are much more difficult to treat and with heavy mold contamination removing / replacement of the material might be the only option. Also, for any mold remediation procedure to be fully effective it must be associated with elimination of any reason responsible for mold growth such as the source of moisture (always the main reason) and / or improvement of ventilation and air circulation.
Since I’ve never performed any experiments with disinfectants or biocides used for mold remediation, nor I’m equipped with instruments capable of detecting mold spores (in order to measure effectivness of an agent), I can only recommend EPA as a source of extensive information about this subject.