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Two species of pythium causing damping off of pine seedlings and their possible biological control by pseudomonas fluorescens


Two species of pythium causing damping off of pine seedlings and their possible biological control by pseudomonas fluorescens



International Journal of Mycology and Lichenology 4(3): 347-360



Two species of Pythium [P. diclinum and P. tracheiphilum] were isolated from diseased pine seedlings growing in a forest nursery in north-western Algeria. Sexual reproduction of these fungi was induced by adding different kinds of sterols. Damping off symptoms were obtained by their inoculation to healthy seeds of Pinus halepensis. In vitro inhibition of these pathogens were also observed in the presence of Pseudomonas fluorescens.

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