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Inhibiting range and mechanism of the active product of S-5210-6



Inhibiting range and mechanism of the active product of S-5210-6



Acta Phytophylacica Sinica 34(3): 277-282



A study on inhibiting range and mechanism of the active product of S-5210-6 was launched to evaluate the application significance of S-5210-6 for the biological control of plant diseases and provide a scientific basis for the follow-up research on their development. The inhibiting range of the active product of S-5210-6 was studied by means of mycelium growth rate and inhibition zone in vitro and potted plants in vivo, respectively.

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