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Effect of environmental factors on growth, pycnidial production and spore germination of Microsphaeropsis isolates with biocontrol potential against apple scab



Effect of environmental factors on growth, pycnidial production and spore germination of Microsphaeropsis isolates with biocontrol potential against apple scab



Mycological Research 106(12): 1455-1462



The potential as biocontrol agents of the apple scab pathogen, Venturia inaequalis and the effect of environmental factors on growth, pycnidial production and spore germination of four isolates of Microsphaeropsis were examined on culture media and leaf discs. V. inaequalis ascospore production was reduced by 52, 77, 89 and 95% on leaf discs treated with the isolates IMI 294735, P176A, DAOM 198536 and P130A, respectively.

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DOI: 10.1017/s0953756202006858



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