Montaser Fawzy Abdel-Monaim

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The ability of benzothiadiazole (BTH) and/or humic acid (HA) used as seed soaking to induce systemic resistance against a pathogenic strain of Fusarium oxysporum was examined in four soybean cultivars under greenhouse conditions. Alone and in combination the inducers were able to protect soybean plants against damping-off and wilt diseases compared with(More)
Rhizoctonia solani, Fusarium solani, F. oxysporum, and Macrophomina phaseolina were found to be associated with root rott and wilt symptoms of faba bean plants collected from different fieldes in New Valley governorate, Egypt. All the obtained isolates were able to attack faba bean plants (cv. Giza 40) causing damping-off and root rot/wilt diseases. R.(More)
Five biotic and abiotic inducers namely, (Bio-Arc and Bio-Zaid) and (salicylic acid, K HPO and neem 2 4 oil) were examined for their effectiveness in controlling fungal diseases, improving growth and yield of alfalfa. The field trials have shown that salicylic acid, K HPO and neem oil respectively gave a significant P 0.05 2 4 protection against rust, downy(More)
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