Isolation and characterization of antagonistic bacteria with the potential for biocontrol of soil-borne wheat diseases.

@article{Wang2018IsolationAC,
  title={Isolation and characterization of antagonistic bacteria with the potential for biocontrol of soil-borne wheat diseases.},
  author={Xiaojuan Wang and Chang Wang and Quanzi Li and Jianqiang Zhang and Chengbo Ji and Junkang Sui and Zongtang Liu and Xuemeng Song and Xinping Liu},
  journal={Journal of applied microbiology},
  year={2018}
}
AIM The aim of this study was to identify efficient plant-beneficial rhizobacterium that has the potential to be developed as biocontrol agent for the control of wheat soil-borne diseases. METHODS AND RESULTS Rhizosphere soil samples were collected from a wheat field located in Taian City. Numerous bacteria were isolated and screened for antagonistic activity against soil-borne plant pathogenic fungi by performing dual-culture assays. Among them, XH-9 was selected for its highly antagonistic… CONTINUE READING

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