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Investigation of the possibility of using antibiotics to control Agrobacterium tumefaciens


, : Investigation of the possibility of using antibiotics to control Agrobacterium tumefaciens. Zastita Bilja 44(2): 125-132

Pentrexyl, ceporex, streptomycin sulfate, vibramycin, chymociclar, nistatin and bactrim at low concn were antagonistic to 10 A. tumefaciens strains isolated from diseased grapevines in Yugoslavia during 1988-89. Streptomycin sulfate was the most efficient, and pentrexyl, chymociclar and bactrim were moderately effective.

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