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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



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



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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