Animal origin wastes as new sources of resistance inducers against wheat powdery mildew (Blumeria graminis f. sp. tritici)


Abstract: Elicitors of animal origin were tested on wheat as inducers of resistance to powderymildew. Their effect was compared with the inducer of chemical origin benzothiadiazole andwith inducers of plant origin. Effect of animal- and plant-origin elicitors on disease severitydiffered in two years of experiments under field conditions. Inducers of animal origin could bepotential sources of plant- induced resistance to diseases.

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