Use of carbendazim and carbendazim-resistant yeasts to create different yeast densities on wheat leaves for field studies on biological control

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Phyllosphere yeasts may play an important role in suppressing necrotrophic pathogens. In a randomized block design, yeast densities on flag leaves and second leaves of field-grown wheat were left unchanged (D), or were lowered by sprayings with carbendazim (A), or were raised by sprayings with a mixture ofSporobolomyces roseus, Cryptococcus laurentii var… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01998202

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@article{Fokkema2005UseOC, title={Use of carbendazim and carbendazim-resistant yeasts to create different yeast densities on wheat leaves for field studies on biological control}, author={Nyckle J. Fokkema and Aleid J. Dik and Robert Daamen}, journal={Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology}, year={2005}, volume={93}, pages={273-283} }