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Characterisation of systemic resistance in sugar beet elicited by a non-pathogenic, phyllosphere-colonizing Bacillus mycoides, biological control agent
Abstract Bacillus mycoides isolate Bac J, a non-pathogenic, phyllosphere-inhabiting bacterium, reduces Cercospora leaf spot ( Cercospora beticola Sacc.) of sugar beet by 38–91% in both glasshouse andExpand
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Screening for the identification of potential biological control agents that induce systemic acquired resistance in sugar beet
Abstract A pool of 11 randomly selected, uncharacterized Bacillus pumilus isolates from sugar beet were evaluated using a high-throughput screen that utilized laboratory-based tests for 2Expand
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Integrated Control of Rhizoctonia Crown and Root Rot of Sugar Beet with Fungicides and Antagonistic Bacteria.
Rhizoctonia crown and root rot, caused by the fungus Rhizoctonia solani AG 2-2, is one of the most damaging sugar beet diseases worldwide and causes significant economic losses in more than 25% ofExpand
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Role of plant pathology in integrated pest management.
  • B. Jacobsen
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Annual review of phytopathology
  • 1997
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a paradigm that is widely adopted by all pest control disciplines but whose early definitions and philosophical basis belong to entomologists. Plant pathologyExpand
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Comparison of Muscodor albus Volatiles with a Biorational Mixture for Control of Seedling Diseases of Sugar Beet and Root-Knot Nematode on Tomato.
A biorational synthetic mixture of organic components mimicking key antimicrobial gases produced by Muscodor albus was equivalent to the use of live M. albus for control of seedling diseases of sugarExpand
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Evaluation of watermelon and related germ plasm for resistance to zucchini yellow mosaic virus.
Of 153 plant introductions (PI), breeding lines, and commercial cultivars tested by mechanical inoculations in the greenhouse, only PI 482261-1, Egun, PI 494528, PI 386026, and PI 386025 showed anyExpand
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Mycofumigation with Muscodor albus and Muscodor roseus for Control of Seedling Diseases of Sugar Beet and Verticillium Wilt of Eggplant.
Mycofumigation is the use of antimicrobial volatiles produced by fungi such as Muscodor albusitalic and M. roseus for the control of other organisms. Sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.) stand establishmentExpand
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