Controlling Foliar Diseases With Microbial Fungicides

March 2014
Greenhouse Grower;Mar2014, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p50
The article focuses on the use of microbial fungicides in controlling foliar diseases present in greenhouse, and nursery industries. Topics discussed include different types of bacteria that utilize various modes of action to prevent and control foliar plant diseases, and all the microbial fungicides require short re-entry intervals (REIs) and modest amounts of personal protection equipment (PPE). Other topics discussed include common modes of action including antibiotic, and competition.


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