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Biological control of plant disease on roots of conifer seedlings
- A novel method and composition is provided to control Fusarium root rot and damping off on conifer seedlings. When certain bacteria and an ectomycorrhizal fungus are placed in contact with the conifer seed or seedling, the combination reduces or eliminates disease symptoms caused by several Fusarium species.
Ocamb, C.M. , Buschena, C.
conifers , forest trees , root rot , Fusarium oxysporum , Fusarium proliferatum , Fusarium solani , plant pathogenic fungi , pathogenicity , signs and symptoms (plants) , roots , disease control , biological control agents , Streptomyces rochei , Streptomyces violaceusniger , Streptomyces lavendulae , Methylobacterium mesophilicum , Rhodococcus erythropolis , Kocuria varians , Brevundimonas diminuta , plant pathogenic bacteria , mycorrhizal fungi , Hebeloma , ectomycorrhizae , seeds , seedlings , patents , USDA , United States , Great Lakes region
- Includes references
- United States Department of Agriculture patents 2000 Oct. 17, no. 6,133,196
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