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Control of Pythium spp. in nutrient film technique systems with fluorescent pseudomonads



Control of Pythium spp. in nutrient film technique systems with fluorescent pseudomonads



Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Universiteit Gent 58(3b): 1279-1286



Pseudomonas aeruginosa str. 7NSK2, a bacterium beneficial to plant growth, gave successful control of Pythium spp. infection of tomato plants in a model nutrient film technique system. A marked isolate of 7NSK2 ( beta -galactosidase positive and kanamycin resistant) was used to study (1) the spread of the bacterium in the system and (2) bacterial colonization of tomato roots. To obtain a high and reproducible level of Pythium infection, sporangia were mixed into the substrate.

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