Inhibition of Phytophthora species, agents of cocoa black pod disease, by secondary metabolites of Trichoderma species

@article{Pakora2017InhibitionOP,
  title={Inhibition of Phytophthora species, agents of cocoa black pod disease, by secondary metabolites of Trichoderma species},
  author={Gilles-Alex Pakora and Joseph Mpika and Daouda M. Kone and Michel Ducamp and I. B. K{\'e}b{\'e} and Bastien Nay and Didier Buisson},
  journal={Environmental Science and Pollution Research},
  year={2017},
  volume={25},
  pages={29901-29909}
}
Cocoa production is affected by the black pod disease caused by several Phytophthora species that bring, about each year, an estimated loss of 44% of world production. Chemical control remains expensive and poses an enormous risk of poisoning for the users and the environment. Biocontrol by using antagonistic microorganisms has become an alternative to the integrated control strategy against this disease. Trichoderma viride T7, T. harzanium T40, and T. asperellum T54, which showed in vivo and… Expand
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