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Biological control of garlic (Allium) white rot disease using antagonistic fungi-based bioformulations

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55
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p.136-141,fig.,ref.
Twórcy
  • Department of Plant Pathology, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, P.O. Box 14515/775, Tehran, Iran
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  • Plant Disease Research Department, Iranian Research Institute of Plant Protection, P.O. Box 1452, Tehran 19395, Iran
  • Department of Plant Pathology, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, P.O. Box 14515/775, Tehran, Iran
autor
  • Department of Plant Pathology, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, P.O. Box 14515/775, Tehran, Iran
autor
  • Plant Disease Research Department, Iranian Research Institute of Plant Protection, P.O. Box 1452, Tehran 19395, Iran
Bibliografia
  • Bakonyi J., Vajna L., Szeredi A., Tímár E., Kovács G.M., Csősz M., Varga A. 2011. First report of Sclerotium cepivorum causing white rot of garlic in Hungary. New Disease Reports 23: 5.
  • Barnett H.L., Hunter B. 1998. Illustrated Genera of Imperfect Fungi. 4th ed. American Phytopathological Society, St. Paul Minnesota, USA, 218 pp.
  • Blaszczyk L., Siwulski M., Sobieralski K., Lisiecka J., Jędryczka M. 2014. Trichoderma spp. – application and prospects for use in organic farming and industry. Journal of Plant Protection Research 54 (4): 309–317.
  • Clarkson J.P., Payne T., Mead A., Whipps J. 2002. Selection of fungal biological control agents of Sclerotium cepivorum for control of white rot by sclerotial degradation in UK soil. Plant Pathology 51 (6): 735–745.
  • Cook R.J., Baker K.F. 1988. The Nature and Practice of Biological Control of Plant Pathogens. American Phytopathological Society, St. Paul Minnesota, USA, 539 pp.
  • Davis R.M., Hao J.J., Romberg M.K., Nunez J.J., Smith R.F. 2007. Efficacy of germination stimulants of sclerotia of Sclerotium cepivorum for management of white rot of garlic. Plant Disease 91 (2): 204–208.
  • El-Hassan S.A., Gowen S.R., Pembroke B. 2013. Use of Trichoderma hamatum for biocontrol of lentil vascular wilt disease: efficacy, mechanisms of interaction and future prospects. Journal of Plant Protection Research 53 (1): 12–26.
  • Entwistle A.R. 1990. Allium white rot and its control. Soil Use and Management 6 (4): 201–209.
  • Francisco D.H., Angelica M.P., Gabriel M., Melchor C.S., Raul R., Cristobal N., Francisco C.R. 2011. In vitro antagonist action of Trichoderma strains against Sclerotium sclerotiorum and Sclerotium cepivorum. American Journal of Agriculture Biology Science 6 (3): 410–417.
  • Heydari A., Pessarakli M. 2010. A review on biological control of fungal plant pathogens using microbial antagonists. Journal of Biology Science 10 (4): 272–290.
  • Heydari A., Naraghi L. 2014. Application of antagonistic bacteria for the promotion of cotton seedlings growth characteristics. International Journal of Agriculture Crop Science 7 (13): 1267–1273.
  • Kakvan N., Heydari A., Zamanizadeh H.R., Rezaee S., Nraghi L. 2013. Development of new bioformulations using Trichoderma and Talaromyces fungal antagonists for biological control of sugar beet damping-off disease. Crop Protection 53 (1): 80–84.
  • Keller E.R.J., Senula A., Dreiling M. 2005. Gene banking of vegetative propagated medicinal plants – two cases: Allium and Mentha. Acta Horticulturae 676: 103–109.
  • Khiyami M.A., Omar M.R., Abd-Elsalam K., El-Hady Aly A. 2014. Bacillus-based biological control of cotton seedling disease complex. Journal of Plant Protection Research 54 (4): 340–348.
  • Mahdizadehnaraghi R., Zafari D., Zamanizadeh H., Arjmandian A. 2007. Identification and distribution of the important fungal disease agents on garlic in Hamedan province. Iranian Journal of Agriculture Results 3: 1735–1746.
  • Metcalf D.A., Dennis J.J.C., Wilson C.R. 2004. Effect of inoculum density of Sclerotium cepivorum on the ability of Trichoderma koningii to suppress white rot of onion. Plant Disease 88 (3): 287–291.
  • Naeimi Sh., Zare R. 2014. Evaluation of indigenous Trichoderma spp. isolates in biological control of Botrytis cinerea the causal agent of strawberry gray mold disease. Biocontrol in Plant Protection 1 (2): 55–74. (in Persian with English summary)
  • Naraghi L., Heydari A., Ershad D. 2006. Sporulation and survival of Talaromyces flavus on different plant material residues for biological control of cotton wilt caused by Verticillium dahliae. Iranian Journal of Plant Pathology 42 (3): 381–397.
  • Naraghi L., Heydari A., Rezaee S., Razavi M., Mahmoodi Khaledi E. 2010. Biological control of tomato Verticillium wilt disease by Talaromyces flavus. Journal of Plant Protection Research 50 (3): 341–346.
  • Naraghi L., Heydari A., Rezaee S., Razavi M. 2013. Study on some antagonistic mechanisms of Talaromyces flavus against Verticillium dahliae and Verticillium albo-atrum, the causal agents of wilt disease in several important crops. Biocontrol in Plant Protection 1 (1): 13–28.
  • Ulacio-Osorio D., Zavaleta-Mejía E., Martínez-Garza A., Pedroza-Sandoval A. 2006. Strategies for management of Sclerotium cepivorum Berk. in garlic. Journal of Plant Pathology 88 (3): 253–258.
  • Samavat S., Heydari A., Zamanizadeh H.R., Rezaee S., Alizadeh Aliabadi A. 2014. A comparison between Pseudomonas aureofaciens (chlororaphis) and P. fluorescens in biological control of cotton seedling damping-off disease. Journal of Plant Protection Research 54 (2): 115–121.
  • Sharifi R., Ahmadzadeh M., Talebi-Jahromi K. 2010. Pyoverdine production in Pseudomonas fluorescens UTPF5 and its association with suppression of common bean damping off caused by Rhizoctonia solani (Kühn). Journal of Plant Protection Research 50 (1): 72–78.
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