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Mycoherbicide Research for Controlling Weeds: Status, Opportunities and Future Needs

@inproceedings{Singh2019MycoherbicideRF,
  title={Mycoherbicide Research for Controlling Weeds: Status, Opportunities and Future Needs},
  author={Ajay Kumar Singh and Akhilesh Kumar Pandey},
  year={2019}
}
Mycoherbicide offer an innovative approach to the management of weeds using formulated fungal phytopathogens or their crude metabolite extracts would serve as an important component in integrated management strategy. The biological control of weeds by mycoherbicide (fungal weed pathogens/metabolites) has received considerable academic consideration, only a few commercial products are available. This review article explains the management of weeds with the native microbes and their metabolites… 

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