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Effect of different substances on biocontrol activity of the antagonistic yeast Metschnikowia pulcherrima 4.4 against Botrytis cinerea and on his survival on apple



Effect of different substances on biocontrol activity of the antagonistic yeast Metschnikowia pulcherrima 4.4 against Botrytis cinerea and on his survival on apple



Atti, Giornate fitopatologiche, Scicli e Ragusa, 3-7 maggio, 1998: 495-500



The effects of mineral salts, i.e. potassium chloride (0.5 g/l), calcium chloride (20.0 g/l), ferrous sulfate (0.01 g/l), potassium chloride + calcium chloride (0.5 + 20.0 g/l), potassium chloride + ferrous sulfate (0.5 + 20.0), calcium chloride + ferrous sulfate (20.0+0.01 g/l) and magnesium sulfate (0.5 g/l), and other substances on the biological control activity of M. pulcherrima strain 4.4 against B. cinerea on apples were studied.

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