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Abd-Rabou, S. (1998): The efficacy of indigenous parasitoids in the biological control of Siphoninus phillyreae (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) on pomegranate in Egypt. Pan-Pacific Entomologist 74, 169-173. The efficacy of

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, 66 p. Blaeser, P., Sengonca, C. and Zegula, T. (2004): The potential use of different predatory bug species in the biological control of Frankliniella occidentalis (Pergande) (Thysanoptera: Thripidae). J. of

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Arthurs, S. and Heinz, K.M. (2006): Evaluation of the nematodes Steinernema feltiae and Thripinema nicklewoodi as biological control agents of western flower thrips Frankliniella occidentalis

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Luz, W.C. da, Stockwell, C.A., Bergstrom, G.C. 2003. Biological control of Fusarium graminearum. In: Leonard, K.J., Bushnell, W.R. (ed), Fusarium Head Blight of Wheat and Barley, APS Press, St. Paul, MN, pp. 381

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Aggarwal, R., Tewari, A. K., Srivastava, K. D. and Singh, D. V. (2004): Role of antibiosis in the biological control of spot blotch ( Cochliobolus sativus ) of wheat by Chaetomium globosum. Mycopathologia 157

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Mandeel, Q., Baker, R.: Mechanisms involved in biological control of Fusarium wilt of cucumber with strains of nonpathogenic Fusarium oxysporum . Phytopathology 81 , 462 (1991). Mechanisms involved in biological control of

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Anjaih, V., Cornelis, P. and Koedam, N. (2003): Effect of genotype and root colonization in biological control of Fusarium wilts in pigeonpea and chickpea by Pseudomonas aureoginosa PNAI. Can. J. Microbiol

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Hermosa, M. R., Grondona, I., Diaz-Minguez, J. M., Iturriaga, E. A., Monte, E. (2001) Development of a strain-specific SCAR marker for the detection of Trichoderma atroviride 11, a biological control agent against soilborne fungal plant pathogens. Curr

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907 Sivan, A., Ucko, O., Chet, I. (1987): Biological control of Fusarium crown rot of tomato by Trichoderma harzianum under field conditions. Plant Disease , 17, 587

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Twenty strains of Pseudomonas fluorescens were evaluated for their potential in promoting plant growth and in the control of late leaf spot caused by Cercosporidium personatum in groundnut under greenhouse conditions. Seed treatment with P. fluorescens strain Pf1 recorded the highest germination percentage and the maximum plant height. Seed treatment with P. fluorescens Pf1 significantly controlled late leaf spot disease of groundnut and increased the pod yield. When the treated seeds were sown in soil, the antagonist colonized well in the groundnut rhizosphere. P. fluorescens Pf1 showed the maximum production of indole acetic acid in in vitro.

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