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Modes of action for biological control of Botrytis cinerea by antagonistic bacteria
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This review focuses on various bacteria that act as biological control agents of B. cinerea and their associated mechanisms, and discusses the advantages and drawbacks of MoA for future applications of bacteria in the field and in post-harvest storage, as well as combination of different MoAs as a strategy to achieve a more regular efficacy.
Biological control of botrytis bunch rot in organic wine grapes with the yeast antagonist Candida sake CPA‐1
TLDR
Candida sake consistently provided effective control of botrytis bunch rot in grapes under different meteorological and disease pressure conditions, thereby improving its potential for future commercial applications.
Potential secondary inoculum sources of Botrytis cinerea and their influence on bunch rot development in dry Mediterranean climate vineyards.
TLDR
Key phenological stages during the season for bunch rot and B. cinerea secondary inoculum development are pointed out and quantitatively inoculum sources at veraison to bunch rot at harvest are related.
Microbial Antagonism Toward Botrytis Bunch Rot of Grapes in Multiple Field Tests Using One Bacillus ginsengihumi Strain and Formulated Biological Control Products
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The results confirmed the suitability of several biological control products under the conditions in vineyards in southwestern France, while also highlighting the good performance of the novel experimental BCA B. ginsengihumi S38 strain.
Suppression of Botrytis cinerea on necrotic grapevine tissues by early-season applications of natural products and biological control agents.
TLDR
This is the first report to quantify B. cinerea incidence on several tissues of bunch trash and to describe the effective suppression of saprophytic B. Cinerea inoculum by biologically based treatments.
Pre-selection in laboratory tests of survival and competition before field screening of antagonistic bacterial strains against Botrytis bunch rot of grapes
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The study validates a laboratory pre-selection process followed by a field screening step, resulting in a candidate B. ginsengihumi strain S38 with a high potential for BBR biocontrol and future development in vineyards.
Multi-organ screening of efficient bacterial control agents against two major pathogens of grapevine
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Marked differences between the two fungal pathogen species in terms of strain inhibitory efficacy were observed on wounded berries, as some Bacillus spp.
Survival of the biological control agent Candida sake CPA‐1 on grapes under the influence of abiotic factors
TLDR
The population dynamics of the yeast‐BCA Candida sake (Saito & Ota) CPA‐1 on grape berries under the effect of abiotic factors such as temperature, relative humidity, sunlight and rainfall is described.
Mode of action of a fatty acid–based natural product to control Botrytis cinerea in grapes
TLDR
To investigate the efficacy and mode of action of the fatty acid–based product Foodcoat® (FC) against Botrytis cinerea, a novel fatty acid-based formulation is developed.
Candida sake CPA‐1 and other biologically based products as potential control strategies to reduce sour rot of grapes
TLDR
Treatment with the tested biologically based products are a promising strategy to control sour rot in an organic vineyard in Lleida area, Spain during the 2009 and 2010 growing seasons.
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