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Evaluation the efficacy of bio-agents, resistance chemical inducers and/or thyme oil application as foliar spray against
vegetables foliar diseases incidence was carried out in open greenhouse conditions. The tested bio-agents were Trichoderma
harzianum, T. Viride, Bacillus subtilis, Pseudomonas flourescens and Saccharomyces serevisiae. Calcium chloride, Potassium
monohydrogen phosphate, Potassium bicarbonate, Saccharin, Ascorbic acid, Chitosan and Humic & Folic acid (mixture) as plant
resistance chemical inducers were also evaluated under greenhouse and plastic house conditions. The recorded foliar diseases,
i.e. Powdery, Downy mildews of Cucumber, Cantaloupe and Pepper as well as Early, Late blights of Tomato were significantly
reduced at all treatments either alone or in combinations comparing with untreated plants. These treatments also resulted in the
highest reduction in foliar diseases Downy, Powdery mildews, Early and Late blight diseases incidence, severity and increase the
obtained yield of treated plants grown under plastic houses conditions.
On the light of the present review it could be suggested that the usage of combined application of the bio-agents with
resistance plant chemicals might be used as easily applied, safely and cost effective control methods against such foliar plant
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