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Development of a formulation and application technique of hypovirulent Cryphonectria parasitica - strains usable in practice for biological control of chestnut blight in Austria



Development of a formulation and application technique of hypovirulent Cryphonectria parasitica - strains usable in practice for biological control of chestnut blight in Austria



Pflanzenschutzberichte 60(1): 61-68



This paper describes the development of a formulation (Pilzkleister), which consists of mycelia of hypovirulent strains of Cryphonectria parasitica, for the biological control of the blight disease of chestnut in Austria.

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