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Yuee Tian, Zhiping Che, Di Sun, Jiaxuan He, Shengming Liu and Xiaomin Lin

less than 0.25% of each stock solution and the concentration did not affect mycelial growth of B. cinerea ( Liu et al., 2016 ). The range of fungicide concentrations for the assays were defined in preliminary experiments in medium and were the

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Xiuling Tian and Youbin Zheng

≤ 0.05). Results and Discussion The inhibition test revealed that most compost teas inhibited radial mycelial growth of the six pathogens after 10 d of incubation, but their efficiencies varied ( Fig. 1 ). The pine bark tea significantly suppressed

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Les D. Padley Jr, Eileen A. Kabelka, Pamela D. Roberts and Ronald French

transferred to a 20% clarified V8 agar plate. After 7 d of growth at room temperature, 10 5-mmV8 agar mycelial plugs from each plate were placed into a 20% clarified V8 broth plate to grow for an additional 7 d in a 28 °C incubator. The V8 broth was then

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Nicolas Gruyer, Martine Dorais, Gérald J. Zagury and Beatrix W. Alsanius

inoculated with 50 mL of a propagule suspension of P. ultimum (1 × 10 6 propagules/mL), while the remaining plants ( n = 24) received 50 mL of sterile water. Plants were inoculated twice, at 2 weeks and 6 weeks after planting. Mycelial growth effects. To

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Gloria María García-Ruiz, Carlos Trapero and Francisco Javier López-Escudero

that were infected with V. dahliae and grown under long-day conditions showed only slight wilt symptoms, whereas greater mycelial growth and more extensive stem colonization occurred when the plants were grown under reduced light conditions. In

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Yuee Tian, Zhiping Che, Di Sun, Yuanyuan Yang, Xiaomin Lin, Shengming Liu, Xiaoyu Liu and Jie Gao

of Henan province showed that gray mold has become an important limiting factor for tree peony growth and development ( Yang et al., 2017 ). As the causal agent of gray mold, B. cinerea can infect more than 200 plant species and usually cause rot of

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Howard F. Harrison Jr, Amnon Levi and C.S. Kousik

against weeds. Yu and Matsui (1994) found that cucumber root exudates contained a number of simple and complex phenolic compounds and organic acids that were inhibitory in a lettuce ( Lactuca sativus ) seedling growth bioassay. Soil sickness observed

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Patrick J. Conner

. Seedling 352 consistently produced lesions with only limited sporulation and restricted mycelial growth. Such a host reaction to inoculation is usually classified as an intermediate ( Conner and Stevenson, 2004 ) or moderately resistant ( Diehl and Graves

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San-Gwang Hwang, Yi-Ying Li and Huey-Ling Lin

on mycelial growth and production efficiency of oyster mushroom ( Pleurotus spp.) Pak. J. Bot. 45 297 302 Koshy, J. Nambisan, P. 2012 Pretreatment of agricultural waste with Pleurotus sp. for ethanol production Intl. J. Plant Anim. Environ. Sci. 2

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Margaret T. Mmbaga, Lucas M. Mackasmiel and Frank A. Mrema

from dogwood was from plants that were also infected with Erysiphe pulchra ( Mmbaga et al., 2018 ), the impact of compounded infections on plant growth has not been evaluated. Such information would have significant implications on disease management