Biological destruction of conidia ofVerticillium biguttatum

@article{Jager2005BiologicalDO,
  title={Biological destruction of conidia ofVerticillium biguttatum},
  author={G. Jager and H. Velvis},
  journal={European Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={2005},
  volume={102},
  pages={623-633}
}
Because biological control ofRhizoctonia solani in potato with conidial suspensions of the mycoparasiteVerticillium biguttatum was often less successful in sandy soils than in loamy soils, we examined soils of potato fields for the presence of organisms destructive to conidia ofV. biguttatum.Representatives of conidiophagous testate amoebae were frequently present on sclerotium disks ofR. solani infected withV. biguttatum in all soils studied and were most active under moist conditions… Expand

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