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Competitive saprophytic ability of Fusarium udum in relation to some microfungi of root region of pigeon-pea


Competitive saprophytic ability of Fusarium udum in relation to some microfungi of root region of pigeon-pea



Indian Phytopathology 36(3): 539-544



ISSN/ISBN: 0367-973X

The competitive saprophytic ability of the pathogen, expressed as C50 value, was highly suppressed when the pigeon pea substrate was precolonized by Penicillium rubrum (most effective), P. granulatum, Acrophialophora fusispora, Cephalosporium roseo-griseum, Fusarium poae, Aspergillus fumigatus, Myrothecium roridum and Trichoderma harzianum (least). It was also significantly reduced when inocula of these fungi were mixed with that of F. udum in different ratios.

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