Control of Fusarium wilt in cape gooseberry by Trichoderma koningiopsis and PGPR


Abstract: Two native isolates of rhizobacteria (Pseudomonas migulae Pf014 and Bacillusamyloliquefaciens Bs006), were selected for their effectiveness as plant growth promoters andbiocontrol against Fusarium oxysporum in cape gooseberry in nursery, while T. koningiopsisTh003 only expressed biocontrol activity. However, when they were formulated and applied infield, Th003 was the most efficient biocontrol agent (5% incidence, compared to 20% in theuntreated control), although rhizobacteria increased yield up to 48%.

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