Photosynthetic Efficiency Promotion Of Sugar Beet By Formulation Of Trichoderma And Control Of Some Sugar Beet Disease Seedling | 17252
Journal of Biotechnology & Biomaterials
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Four isolates of
(Fuckel ) (isolates 1,2,3,4) and four isolates of
(Mart.) Sacc . (isolates5,
6, 7,8) were isolated from different localities of sugar beet in Assiut Government. The tested isolated were pathogenic to
sugar beetoskarpoly variety causing damping off and root rot. Isolates 2 and 5 had the highest pathogen city to sugar beet
isolates 3 and 8 had the lowest pathogen city pathogen city.
have been used for their potential antagonism
for controlling Fusariumsp damping off and root rot disease of sugar beet.
studies showed that the culture filtrate
significantly decreased the growth of the tested isolates of both
treating the soil with formulation of
before planting decreased damping off and root rot of sugar
beet compared with untreated and untreated soil with formulation of
under greenhouse conditions during
growing seasons 2010and 2011.Chlorophyll a chlorophyll b and total chlorophyll carotenoids decreased when treatment the
infested soil with either
compared with untreated and untreated soil with formulation
Heidi I G Abo-Elnaga is an Associate Professor, Department of Agronomy, Faculty of Agriculture, ِِAssiut University. She completed her PhD in Plant Pathology,Assiut
University, Egypt(2002). She published more than 15 research papers.
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