Protective effect of three brown seaweed extracts against fungal and bacterial diseases of tomato

@article{Esserti2016ProtectiveEO,
  title={Protective effect of three brown seaweed extracts against fungal and bacterial diseases of tomato},
  author={Siham Esserti and Amal Smaili and Lalla Aicha Rifai and Tayeb Koussa and Kacem Makroum and Malika Belfaiza and El Mostafa Kabil and Lydia Faize and Lorenzo Burgos and Nuria Alburquerque and Mohamed Faize},
  journal={Journal of Applied Phycology},
  year={2016},
  volume={29},
  pages={1081-1093}
}
The effect of extracts of the brown algae Cystoseira myriophylloides, Laminaria digitata, and Fucus spiralis against the tomato pathogens Verticillium dahliae and Agrobacterium tumefaciens was evaluated in vitro and in the greenhouse. A significant inhibition of growth was observed only with methanolic seaweed extracts (MSE). Disease resistance was assessed in the greenhouse against Verticillium wilt using spray application of aqueous seaweed extracts (ASE) on the whole plant or using seed… 

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