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The survival and saprophytic competitive ability of the Botrytis spp. antagonist Ulocladium atrum in lily canopies



The survival and saprophytic competitive ability of the Botrytis spp. antagonist Ulocladium atrum in lily canopies



European Journal of Plant Pathology 104(5): 435-447



In 1995 in the Netherlands, conidia of U. atrum were applied to a canopy of green lily (Lilium) leaves in order to investigate the survival, colonization of artificially induced necrotic leaf tissues, and competitive ability of the fungus against Botrytis spp. and naturally occurring saprophytes. U. atrum conidia density at the top and middle canopy levels was not significantly different following application of the antagonist with a propane powered backpack sprayer.

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DOI: 10.1023/a:1008646418991



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