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agent Trichoderma harzianum in soil as influenced by certain herbicides. Indian Journal of Weed Science , 32 , 116–117. Radhakrishnan N. V. Survival of the biocontrol

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Acta Phytopathologica et Entomologica Hungarica
Authors: A. Kamalakannan, L. Mohan, K. Kavitha, S. Harish, R. Radjacommare, S. Nakkeeran, V. K. Parthiban, R. Karuppiah, and T. Angayarkanni

. 108 429 441 Schmiedeknecht, G., Issoufou, I., Junge, H. and Bochow, H. (2001): Use of Bacillus subtilis as biocontrol agents. V. Biological control

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identification of potential biocontrol agents of Allium white rot. - Mycol. Res. 95 (4): 430-434. In vitro screening for the identification of potential biocontrol agents of Allium white rot. Mycol. Res

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Downy mildew of maize caused by Peronosclerospora sorghi was significantly controlled by seed treatment and foliar sprays of a talc-based formulation of a Pseudomonas fluorescens strain under greenhouse and field conditions. Leaf extracts of Prosophis chilensis and Azadirachta indica were found to be equally effective as P. fluorescens in controlling maize downy mildew, although the extracts were not as effective at inhibiting conidial germination as the pseudomonad or as metalaxyl. These treatments also suppressed sporulation of P. sorghi on diseased foliage. Enhanced induction of defense enzymes, chitinase and β-1,3-glucanase appeared to be associated with control mechanism and metalaxyl did not show such induction. The reduction in disease incidence under field condition resulted in increased yield. The inhibitory effect of P. fluorescens and extracts of P. chilensis or A. indica make them potential alternatives to metalaxyl for control of maize downy mildew, although their efficacy, practical application and cost needs to be explored in greater detail before they can be incorporated into an integrated pest management programme.

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(Araneae: Thomisidae) an efficient indigenous biocontrol agent of Frankliniella occidentalis (Thysanoptera: Thripidae)? BioControl 53, 615–624. Nagy A. Is Xysticus kochi (Araneae

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: A. Taczman-Brückner, Cs. Mohácsi-Farkas, Cs. Balla, and G. Kiskó

Druvefors, U. A., Passoth, V. & Schnürer, J. (2003): The role of nutrient competition and ethyl acetate formation in the mode of action of the biocontrol agent Pichia anomala J121. 23rd International Specialised Symposium on Yeasts. 26-29 August 2003

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123 134 Petersson, S. & Schnürer, J. (1998): Pichia anomala as a biocontrol agent of Penicillium roqueforti in high-moisture wheat, rye, barley, and oats stored under

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145 Pe'er, S., Chet, I.: Trichoderma protoplast fusion: a tool for improving biocontrol agents. Can J Microbiol 36 , 6 (1990). Trichoderma

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Sharma, K., Mishra, A.K., Misra, R.S. 2009. Morphological, biochemical and molecular characterization of Trichoderma harzianum isolates for their efficacy as biocontrol agents. J. Phytopathol. 157 :51–56. Misra

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54 932 935 Jackson, A. M., Whipps, J. M. and Lynch, J. M. (1991): In vitro screening for the identification of potential biocontrol agents of

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