Microbial Antagonism Toward Botrytis Bunch Rot of Grapes in Multiple Field Tests Using One Bacillus ginsengihumi Strain and Formulated Biological Control Products

@article{CalvoGarrido2019MicrobialAT,
  title={Microbial Antagonism Toward Botrytis Bunch Rot of Grapes in Multiple Field Tests Using One Bacillus ginsengihumi Strain and Formulated Biological Control Products},
  author={Carlos Calvo-Garrido and Jean Roudet and Nicolas Aveline and Ludivine Davidou and S{\'e}v{\'e}rine Dupin and Marc Fermaud},
  journal={Frontiers in Plant Science},
  year={2019},
  volume={10}
}
Botrytis bunch rot (BBR), caused by the necrotrophic fungus Botrytis cinerea, is a major disease of wine and table grapes worldwide. Due to negative effects of pesticides on the environment and human health, alternative control strategies against BBR, such as biological control agents (BCAs), are required to produce high-quality grapes and wines with high standards of food safety. However, few biological control products against BBR are available, and their efficacy is sometimes variable. This… 
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