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Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosystems
The presence of Trichoderma mold strains was evaluated in seven localities in the southern part of the Valley of Toluca in the State of Mexico. This area has a high potential for growing vegetables. In the study, native strains of Trichoderma were isolated from soil samples, physiographic factors were identified, as well as the physicochemical properties of the soil which may affect Trichoderma occurrence. The potential of Trichoderma strains for control of Sclerotinia spp., a pathogenic fungusfatcat:fbdf3mozmfcjdicogzjftp44qi