Association of Duddingtonia flagrans with microorganisms for management of Meloidogyne javanica and acquisition of nutrients in soybean

  title={Association of Duddingtonia flagrans with microorganisms for management of Meloidogyne javanica and acquisition of nutrients in soybean},
  author={H. M. Balbino and T. S. Monteiro and R. R. Coutinho and Paulo Victor Magalh{\~a}es Pacheco and L. G. Freitas},
  journal={Biological Control},
Abstract The use of beneficial microorganisms in agricultural production systems has been growing due to the worldwide demand for more sustainable crops. Biological control has thus gained prominence in the management of plant parasitic nematodes, as the result of the efficiency in reducing their population densities, improving plant development. The objectives of this study were to evaluate the association of the nematophagous fungi Duddingtonia flagrans and Pochonia chlamydosporia to reduce… Expand


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