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Phytoprotection potential of Fusarium proliferatum for control of Botryosphaeria dieback pathogens in grapevine
The economic impact of grapevine trunk diseases (GTDs) is increasing worldwide, due to the lack of efficient and simple control protocols for these disease complexes. Possible and efficient GTD management strategies must consider the complexity of host physiological alterations affecting metabolism and defense responses determined by GTD pathogens, and linked to disease expression. In this complexity, the use of biocontrol agents could give advantages in GTD control methods. The effect of thedoi:10.14601/phytopathol_mediter-10617 doaj:e51115809b154d6e8eca71961e2bd363 fatcat:fw4ig6rlezhi7f6ncwgjz7cyqa