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Pathogenicity of Verticillium lecanii on bean rust under greenhouse conditions


, : Pathogenicity of Verticillium lecanii on bean rust under greenhouse conditions. Fitopatologia 30(1): 30-34

Pathogenicity of V. lecanii on Uromyces appendiculatus var. appendiculatus, the cause of Phaseolus vulgaris rust disease, and the best time for its application as a biological control agent of rust was evaluated under greenhouse conditions. The experiment was carried out using 5 groups of plants, each consisting of 20 plants. The plants of 4 groups were inoculated with the bean rust and 3 out of those 4 were also sprayed with a conidial suspension of V. lecanii.

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