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Safety of Microorganisms Intended for Pest and Plant Disease Control: A Framework for Scientific Evaluation☆
Existing practices for managing microorganisms in the environment provide experience and options for managing the risks of microorganisms applied for pest and disease control, and a scientific framework for this process is provided.
Biocontrol agents applied individually and in combination for suppression of soilborne diseases of cucumber
Potential of olive mill waste and compost as biobased pesticides against weeds, fungi, and nematodes.
Activity of fungal culture filtrates against soybean cyst nematode and root-knot nematode egg hatch and juvenile motility
This study identified fungal isolates capable of producing compounds active against these nematodes, and demonstrated that there was a low correlation in activity against SCN and RKN.
Evaluation of nematicides for southern root-knot nematode management in lima bean
Evaluation of Trichoderma virens and Burkholderia cepacia for antagonistic activity against root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita.
The bacterium Burkholderia cepacia and the fungus Trichoderma virens were investigated for activity against the nematode Meloidogyne incognita and it was found that the inhibitory factors in the in vitroassays were non-enzymic.
Brassicaceous seed meals as soil amendments to suppress the plant-parasitic nematodes Pratylenchus penetrans and Meloidogyne incognita.
It is demonstrated that all seed meals are not equally suppressive to nematodes and that care should be taken when selecting a source of brassicaceous seed meal for plant-parasitic nematode management.
Nematode-Antagonistic Trichothecenes from Fusarium equiseti
- J. Nitao, S. Meyer, W. Schmidt, J. Fettinger, D. Chitwood
- Biology, MedicineJournal of Chemical Ecology
- 1 May 2001
Two trichothecene compounds were isolated that inhibited egg hatch and immobilized second-stage juveniles of this nematode, the first published report of these compounds affecting plant-parasitic nematodes.
APPLICATION OF BURKHOLDERIA CEPACIA AND TRICHODERMA VIRENS , ALONE AND IN COMBINATIONS, AGAINST MELOIDOGYNE INCOGNITA ON BELL PEPPER
Bell pepper seeds and seedlings were treated with three potentially beneficial microbes, applied alone and in combinations, to compare effects of these formulations on rootknot nematode populations and on plant growth in the greenhouse.
In-vitro Assays of Meloidogyne incognita and Heterodera glycines for Detection of Nematode-antagonistic Fungal Compounds.
Broth extract of the fungus Fusarium equiseti not only inhibited egg hatch but also immobilized second-stage juveniles that did hatch, confirming that the fungus secretes nematode-antagonistic metabolites.