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Biocontrol of three fusarial diseases.
Over the past one hundred years, research has repeatedly demonstrated that phylogenetically diverse microorganisms can act as natural antagonists of various plant pathogens. Interest in biological control research continues ...
Biological control of Phytophthora root rot of citrus seedlings and cuttings.
With an increasing realization that many agrochemicals are hazardous to animals and humans, came the desire to replace these chemical agents with biological approaches that are more friendly to the environment and human ...
Utilization of Bacillus spp. as plant probiotics.
Numerous microorganisms produce beneficial effects on plant developmentwhen applied to crop seeds or incorporated into soil. Research efforts worldwide over the past two decades have renewed commercial interest in plant ...
Studies on the biocontrol of seedling diseases caused by Rhizoctonia solani and Pythium sp. on sorghum and tef.
Rhizoctonia solani and Pythium spp. are aggressive soil-borne fungal pathogens responsible for seed rot and seedling damping-off of many crops. With increased environmental and public concern over the use of ...
In vitro and in vivo screening of Bacillus spp. for biological control of Rhizoctonia solani.
The increasing concerns about chemical pesticides that are environmentally hazardous and the continuous development of resistance by palhogens to chemical pesticides have led to this study. Many studies have shown that ...