Plant Pathogens at Work: Improving Weed Control Efficacy

Fig. 9. (A, shown here) Selective control of cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica) by Bipolaris sacchari, formulated in an invert emulsion, in a mixed planting of the weed in bahiagrass (Paspalum notatum). (B) Control of cogongrass, as seen in the pot on the left side, allows bahiagrass to flourish when compared to the uninoculated control on the right.



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Plant Pathogens at Work: Improving Weed Control Efficacy