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Integration of the use of the antagonist Ulocladium atrum in management of strawberry grey mould (Botrytis cinerea)



Integration of the use of the antagonist Ulocladium atrum in management of strawberry grey mould (Botrytis cinerea)



Bulletin OILB/SROP 27(8): 95-98



Botrytis cinerea causes fruit rot of strawberry after infection of flowers and fruits by airborne conidia. The antagonist Ulocladium atrum has been selected for its ability to compete with Botrytis spp. in necrotic tissues. Antagonism results in suppression of sporulation of the pathogen and in blocking growth of B. cinerea from necrotic plant tissue to adjacent healthy tissue.

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