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Effect of different storage temperature regimes on spore viability of Paecilomyces lilacinus (Thom.) Samson in some formulations



Effect of different storage temperature regimes on spore viability of Paecilomyces lilacinus (Thom.) Samson in some formulations



Journal of Biological Control 15(1): 73-75



A laboratory experiment was conducted to identify the optimum medium formulation and storage temperature for the antagonistic fungi P. lilacinus. The fungi was sporulated on potato dextrose agar, paddy grain, sorghum grain and tapioca broth, and then the media containing fungal spores were formulated on coconut coir pith, talc and vermiculite. Storage of the fungi was at temperatures of 0, 15 and 27+or-1 degrees C, and the storage duration was 150 days.

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