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Effect of formulation on the rhizosphere competence and biocontrol ability of Trichoderma atroviride C52
The rhizosphere competence of the biological control agent Trichoderma atroviride isolate C52 was studied on onion roots both in the glasshouse and in the field when introduced into soil in a range… Expand
Application strategies for control of onion white rot by fungal antagonists
Abstract The fungal species Chaetomium globosum, Coniothyrium minitans, Trichoderma harzianum, T. koningii, and T. virens were confirmed as antagonists of Sclerotium cepivorum, the causal agent of… Expand
Trichoderma species for biocontrol of soil-borne plant pathogens of pasture species
Soil-borne plant pathogens such as Rhizoctonia solani (Kuhn), Pythium ultimum (Trow) and Sclerotinia trifoliorum (Eriks) can reduce grass and forage legume establishment. The potential for biocontrol… Expand
Compatibility of the biocontrol agent Trichoderma harzianum C52 with selected fungicides.
Trichoderma harzianum C52 is an effective biocontrol agent of the onion white rot pathogen Sclerotium cepivorum. For this biocontrol agent to be integrated into an existing disease management… Expand
INTEGRATED CONTROL OF ONION WHITE ROT ON SPRING ONIONS USING DIALLYL DISULPHIDE, FUNGICIDES AND BIOCONTROLS
Increasing soil temperature to reduce sclerotial viability of Sclerotium cepivorum in New Zealand soils
A preliminary laboratory-based trial indicated Sclerotium cepivorum sclerotial viability could be reduced from .96‐10.7% after 28 d at 208C and to 0% after 16 d at 308C. Soil solarisation… Expand
Biological control of onion white rot.
Comparison of the behaviour of a transformed hygromycin resistant strain of Trichoderma atroviride (M1057-hygR) with the wild-type strain (M1057)
The biocontrol isolate Trichoderma atroviride M1057 and a transformed hygromycin resistant biotype (M1057-hyg R ) were compared using biological control, rhizosphere competence and antibiosis studies… Expand
Trichoderma strains suppress Rhizoctonia diseases and promote growth of potato
- Emily Hicks, D. Bienkowski, Mark Braithwaite, K. L. McLean, R. Falloon, A. Stewart
- 22 December 2014
Trichoderma spp. from New Zealand soils were evaluated (in greenhouse experiments and one field trial) for Rhizoctonia disease suppression and plant growth promotion of potato plants. Trichoderma… Expand
Trichoderma down under: species diversity and occurrence of Trichoderma in New Zealand
This is the first comprehensive survey of the species diversity of Trichoderma for a region within the temperate Southern Hemisphere. New Zealand makes an ideal target for such a survey because of… Expand