Isolation and Characterization of Metabolites fromPseudomonas fluorescens-D7 for Control of Downy Brome (Bromus tectorum)

  title={Isolation and Characterization of Metabolites fromPseudomonas fluorescens-D7 for Control of Downy Brome (Bromus tectorum)},
  author={S. Gurusiddaiah and David R. Gealy and Ann C. Kennedy and Alex G. Ogg},
  journal={Weed Science},
An assessment of environmental conditions for control of downy brome by Pseudomonas fluorescens D7
Temperature, pH, and water potential did not affect weed suppression in bioassays, except at 37°C and with NaCl, and understanding the genetics of P.f. D7 will help in the development of successful weed biocontrol systems.
An Evaluation of Aluminum Tolerant Pseudomonas aeruginosa A7 for In Vivo Suppression of Fusarium Wilt of Chickpea Caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceris and Growth Promotion of Chickpea
Findings strongly suggest that the strain’s significant biocontrol potential and plant growth enhancement could be a potential environmentally friendly process in agricultural crop production.
Field Performance of Allelopathic Bacteria for Biological Weed Control in Wheat: Innovative, Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Approach for Enhanced Crop Production
Biological weed control of the five most efficient strains of AB under natural conditions in pot and field trials was investigated to introduce an innovative, sustainable, and eco-friendly weed control technique for production of wheat.
Managing cool‐season turfgrass without herbicides: Optimizing maintenance practices to control weeds
Future turfgrass breeding programs could focus on understanding and enhancing the allelopathic potential of turfgrass to outcompete weeds more effectively, and more research should be directed at assessing the competitiveness of certain turfgrasses against weeds within the limitations of producing turfgrass areas of acceptable aesthetics and playing quality.
Bioherbicides and nanotechnology: Current status and future trends
  • R. Kremer
  • Biology
    Nano-Biopesticides Today and Future Perspectives
  • 2019


Diverse Effects of Some Bacterial Siderophores on the Uptake of Iron by Plants
Around the roots of higher plants, supported at least in part by nutrients derived from those roots, a characteristic ecosystem (termed the rhizosphere) develops. This consists primarily of bacteria
Physiological responses of downy brome (Bromus tectorum) roots to Pseudomonas fluorescens strain D7 phytotoxin
Findings indicate that the D7 phytotoxin may inhibit downy brome root elongation through its effects on lipid synthesis and membrane integrity.
Chemical and Biological Control of Downy Brome (Bromus tectorum) in Wheat and Alfalfa in North America
As an agrestal weed, downy brome is most common in the western half of the United States where annual rainfall totals 15 to 55 cm and autumn rainfall ranges from 5 to 12 cm and the common prevalent conditions of low annual precipitation and alkaline soils should not go unnoticed in the development of chemical weed control practices.
Suppression of Root Diseases of Wheat by Fluorescent Pseudomonads and Mechanisms of Action
Take-all and Pythium root rot, incited respectively by Gaeumannomyces graminis (Sacc.) von Arx and Olivier var tritici Walker and several Pythium species are major constraints to wheat production in