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Apple: Malus x domestica ‘Jonathan’
Fire blight: Erwinia amylovora

Efficacy of bacterial antagonists in controlling fire blight on Jonathan apple in 2006.

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First Author: Gail Ehret, Michigan State University.

Additional Authors: G.W. Sundin, G.C. McGhee,

Section: Pome Fruits

Keyword(s): Bacterial antagonists; biological control of fire blight; antibiotics

Geographical location: United States

Products Tested: Agri-Mycin 17; Regulaid; Mycoshield; Bloomtime Biological

Active chemical(s): Streptomycin sulfate; Non-ionic surfactant; Oxytetracycline; Pantoea agglomerans E325

Biological Control: BlightBan C9-1;Pantoea agglomerans, bacteria;NuFarm

Biorational Product:

Manufacturer(s): Nufarm Americas Inc. (formerly Agtrol International); Kalo; Nufarm Americas Inc. (formerly Agtrol International); Arysta



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