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Prophylactic use of natural phage cocktail for plants and potential for human applications
Indian Journal of Microbiology Research
Phages targeting specific bacteria have been used for control of bacterial pathogens in plants and humans. We report results of prophylactic use of a natural cocktail of phages on plants. Water was collected from upper reaches of the Alaknanda river where more than 200 isolates of phages have been reported. The river water was collected in April 2020 before the onset of monsoons and stored with sediments. The water was sprayed twice weekly on spinach, cabbage and coriander plants. We did notdoi:10.18231/j.ijmr.2021.042 fatcat:u24rna6orvfzpi7qagtn22jveu