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Biocontrol of a cotton seedling disease in pasteurized and natural field soil by a Pseudomonas strain



Biocontrol of a cotton seedling disease in pasteurized and natural field soil by a Pseudomonas strain



Bulletin OILB/SROP 15(1): 121-122



Natural and pasteurized field soils were artificially infested with Rhizoctonia solani. Drenching with a suspension of a Pseudomonas str. suppressed cotton seedling disease in both soils, although the natural field soil was also infested with indigenous pathogens, probably Pythium ultimum.

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