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Electronic Journal of Biotechnology ISSN: 0717-3458
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Vol. 13 No. 2, Issue of March 15, 2010
 


Table 1. Treatments of tomato plants in greenhouse assays.



Treatment1

R. solani (21 g inoculum/ pot; 8 x 105 cfu/g)

Chemical fungicide (0.15 cc Pencycuron/ pot)2

Trichoderma strain3

T0

+

No

No

T1

+

+

No

Th650

+

No

Th650

Th650-NG7

+

No

Th650-NG7

Th11

+

No

Th11

Th11A80.1

+

No

Th11A80.1

Th11C40.1

+

No

Th11C40.1

Th12

+

No

Th12

Th12A10.1

+

No

Th12A10.1

1Fungal strain inoculated at seedling transplant (3-5 true leaves).
2Fungicide specific for fungi of Rhizoctonia genre, applied to soil as recommended by the manufacturer (0.15 cc/pot).
3Bioantagonists formulated in sodium alginate, were applied to the soil at seedling transplant. Formulations contained: Th650 (4.9 x 105 cfu/g), Th650-NG7 (5.1 x 105 cfu/g), Th12 (3.8 x 105 cfu/g), Th12A10.1 (5.6 x 105 cfu/g), Th11 (1.2 x 105 cfu/g), Th11A80.1 (7.9 x 105 cfu/g) and Th11C40.1 (10.4 x 105 cfu/g).


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