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“…In addition to this, soil drench with P. lilacinum resulted in significant improvement in plant growth parameters and increased the yield of potato by more than 37% compared with untreated plots. 56 The biocontrol agent should be compatible with other strategies of integrated pest management (IPM). Jacob et al 57 studied the compatibility of three nematophagous fungi, P. lilacinum, Plectosphaerella cucumerina, and P. chlamydosporia with commonly used chemical pesticides including three fungicides (tolclofosmethyl, pencycuron and fenpiclonil) and one nematicide (oxamyl).…”
Section: Purpureocillium Lilacinum (=Paecilomyces Lilacinus)mentioning
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“…In addition to this, soil drench with P. lilacinum resulted in significant improvement in plant growth parameters and increased the yield of potato by more than 37% compared with untreated plots. 56 The biocontrol agent should be compatible with other strategies of integrated pest management (IPM). Jacob et al 57 studied the compatibility of three nematophagous fungi, P. lilacinum, Plectosphaerella cucumerina, and P. chlamydosporia with commonly used chemical pesticides including three fungicides (tolclofosmethyl, pencycuron and fenpiclonil) and one nematicide (oxamyl).…”
Section: Purpureocillium Lilacinum (=Paecilomyces Lilacinus)mentioning
“…Under field conditions, Umamaheswari et al 70 evaluated the effect of biocontrol agents (T. viride and P. fluorescens) and among the biocontrol agents, the treatment with P. fluorescens resulted in higher plant growth parameters and yield coupled with lower PCN multiplication in soil. Recently, Nagachandrabose 56 evaluated the liquid formulations of biocontrol agents and reported that P. fluorescens when applied as a seed treatment at 1 L t −1 of seeds resulted in a maximum (> 80%) reduction in egg density and multiplication rate of PCN under field conditions. Additionally, it also improved plant growth parameters and resulted in a 27-32% yield advantage over the untreated control.…”
Section: Pseudomonas Sppmentioning
“…This strain also produced indole-3-acetic acid (IAA), a plant hormone from the auxin group. Another fungus used in the experiments described in that work was Purpureocillium lilacinum (Nagachandrabose 2020). Although this fungus was mainly used to control parasitic nematodes, it became evident that it also had properties stimulating the growth of many plants, including tomato, bean, cotton, and banana (Lan et al 2017).…”
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“…One alternative to traditional agrochemicals is biocontrol, which depends on using natural microbial competitors against a variety of pathogens to restrict pathogens' growth and survival. Several biocontrol agents have been identified and found to show a broad range of activity against bacterial, fungal, viral, and nematode pathogens (Hansen & Keinath, 2013; Nagachandrabose, 2020; Sofrata et al, 2011; Wang et al, 2019). Plant growth‐promoting bacteria (PGPB) are one example of potentially highly effective biocontrol agents, with a broad‐range biocontrol activity (Pierson et al, 1998).…”
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