volume 56, issue 2, P281-287 1997
DOI: 10.1590/s0006-87051997000200007
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Abstract: Application of concentrated metabolites of Bacillus subtilis - CMBS - (5,000 µg/mL) one and 24 h before or after inoculation of Sphaerotheca fuliginea (3 x 104 conidia/mL) reduced the number of lesions on cucumber leaves by 90-99%. The average number of lesions on control plants was 16.7 per leaf. A wettable powder product formulated with cells (10%) and metabolites (10%) of B. subtilis (WPBS), and CMBS sprayed on cucumber plants (1,000 µg/mL and 10,000 µg/mL) twice a week totally controlled powdery mildew. In…

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