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Control study of Trichoderma sp. on damping off of Pinus seedlings caused by Pythium spinosum



Control study of Trichoderma sp. on damping off of Pinus seedlings caused by Pythium spinosum



Journal of the South China Agricultural College 4(3): 63-71



Damping off of Pinus massoniana was reduced by 3 of 5 strs. of Trichoderma tested. Incorporation of the antagonist before sowing into soil infested with P. spinosum increased germination; after emergence the disease was reduced by sprinkling the seedbed with a spore suspension.

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