Plant Pathogens at Work: Improving Weed Control Efficacy

Fig. 7. Tropical soda apple is a problem weed on cattle ranches and its control requires coverage of large acreages. The use of the biological control agent Tobacco mild green mosaic virus (TMGMV) is feasible through the use of novel application approaches, including abrasion of plants while spraying the virus and high-pressure spraying but not with the mow-and-spray application.



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Plant Pathogens at Work: Improving Weed Control Efficacy