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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
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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