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Method for isolation from soil of Trichoderma species antagonistic against Colletotrichum gloeosporioides, agent of passion fruit (Passiflora) anthracnose



Method for isolation from soil of Trichoderma species antagonistic against Colletotrichum gloeosporioides, agent of passion fruit (Passiflora) anthracnose



Summa Phytopathologica 24(2): 180-183



Isolates of Trichoderma were isolated from soil by the bait method, Trichoderma selective medium, and by a new proposed method using mycelial-agar discs of C. gloeosporioides associated with Trichoderma selective medium (TSM). The objective was to obtain strains of Trichoderma antagonistic to G. cingulata, the causal agent of passion fruit anthracnose.

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