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Control of the take-all fungus by Microdochium bolleyi, and interactions involving M. bolleyi, Phialophora graminicola and Periconia macrospinosa on cereal roots






Plant and Soil 98(2): 231-237

Control of the take-all fungus by Microdochium bolleyi, and interactions involving M. bolleyi, Phialophora graminicola and Periconia macrospinosa on cereal roots

In glasshouse experiments, M. bolleyi reduced infection of wheat roots by the take-all fungus Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici, when inocula were dispersed in soil at ratios of 10:1 or more. Spread of take-all lesions up roots from a layer of inoculum was also reduced when M. bolleyi was inoculated immediately below the crown. P. macrospinosa did not control take-all. M. bolleyi interfered with growth on roots by Phialophora graminicola, a known biocontrol agent of take-all.


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