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Studies on fungi in the root region. VIII. Qualitative studies on fungi in the rliizosphere of Dwarf Bean plants



Studies on fungi in the root region. VIII. Qualitative studies on fungi in the rliizosphere of Dwarf Bean plants



Pl. Soil 31(2): 299-310



Using a soil washing technique, small tout consistent differences were found between rhizosphere and non-rhizosphere myeofloras of grown under field conditions. Fusarium spp., Mucor spp., Cylindracarpon radicicola, Humicola grisea and Varicosporium elodea were more abundant in the former. Trichoderma viride was less frequently isolated from the rhizosphere.

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