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Weeds are undesirable and not subject to cultivation. It is known that weeds can host pathogens, however, their role as a source of beneficial organisms is poorly studied and only in individual cases. This paper is a short review of the available literature on the role of weeds as hosts of...
Eighty-six isolates of Streptomyces-like colonies were isolated from soil, and their antagonistic activity was assessed against Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici (Fol) as well as their plant growth-promoting (PGP) activity. The results showed that five isolates could inhibit the mycelial...
A lack of available host resistance due to the emergence of novel plant pathogen isolates and restriction in the use of chemical control means that additional approaches should be considered as part of an integrated pest management (IPM) programme for the control of crop diseases. As each stage...
The effectiveness of Trichoderma viride and Bacillus subtilis to protect strawberry against black root rot disease under the greenhouse and field conditions was investigated. In in vitro bioassays, the two microorganisms exhibited strong capabilities to antagonize the pathogen Rhizoctonia...
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