Studies on the control of root-rot disease of cereals caused by Fusarium culmorum (W. G. Sm.) Sacc. and Helminthosporium sativum P., K., and B. II Pathogenicity of Helminthosporium sativum as influenced by Cephalothecium roseum Corda in greenhouse pot tests
Greaney, F.J.; Machacek, J.E.
Sci. Agric 15(6): 377-386
Greenhouse experiments out at Winnipeg showed that the pathogenicity to wheat of a strain of Helminthosporium was suppressed by the antagonistic action in the soil of Cephalotkecium. Preliminary physiologicalthat the staling properties released by T.roseum in liquid media markedly inhibited thegerminationand germ-tube growth of the spores of H. sativum, the of the substances produced by T.