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Use of trichoderma and bacillus isolates as seed treatments against the rootknot nematode, meloidogyne javanica (chitwood)

@inproceedings{Chinheya2015UseOT,
  title={Use of trichoderma and bacillus isolates as seed treatments against the rootknot nematode, meloidogyne javanica (chitwood)},
  author={Cleopas Chenai Chinheya},
  year={2015}
}
In this study, the biocontrol potential of Bacillus isolates was investigated in laboratory and greenhouse experiments. Five out of 70 bacterial isolates from the root-zone of crops and a goat pasture caused second stage juvenile (J2) mortality greater than 50% in vitro after 24 hours.Three of the five selected isolates (BC27, BC29 and BC31) which were isolated from the root-zone of a goat pasture caused J2 mortality greater than 80% at 108spores ml-1in vitro after 24 hours, with BC27… 
Introductory Chapter: Identification and Isolation of Trichoderma spp. - Their Significance in Agriculture, Human Health, Industrial and Environmental Application
of Trichoderma through genome sequencing for production of novel metabolites of various applications.

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