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Table 3 Effect of different concentrations of the seed treatments on damping-off caused by F. graminearum in wheat cultivars

From: Determination of antagonistic effect of bio-agents against cereal damping-off caused by Fusarium graminearum in wheat

Seed treatmentsConcentrations (spores/ml)Wheat cultivars
Gun 91Sultan 95
Incidence of damping-off (%)Inhibition rate (%)Incidence of damping-off (%)Inhibition rate (%)
G. roseum1 × 10545.7 ± 0.24c–e*54.340.0 ± 0.25cd*60.0
1 × 10640.3 ± 0.83d59.733.0 ± 0.44de67.0
1 × 10733.7 ± 0.44e–g66.328.3 ± 0.84e–h71.7
1 × 10826.1 ± 0.21f–h73.922.4 ± 0.31f–i77.6
1 × 10918.5 ± 0.45g–i81.514.2 ± 0.79hi85.8
S. cerevisiae1 × 10549.0 ± 0.92b–f51.041.2 ± 0.45c58.8
1 × 10632.7 ± 0.12e–h67.331.8 ± 0.90d–g68.2
1 × 10727.2 ± 0.44fg72.823.6 ± 0.87f–h76.4
1 × 10820.7 ± 0.84g79.316.5 ± 0.61g–j83.5
1 × 10914.1 ± 0.10h–j85.99.5 ± 0.28i–k90.5
S. fimicola1 × 10543.5 ± 0.89c–g56.535.304.91c–h64.7
1 × 10637.0 ± 0.44d–h63.029.5 ± 0.21e–g70.5
1 × 10731.6 ± 0.23e–i68.423.6 ± 0.13f–h76.4
1 × 10821.8 ± 0.90f–l78.216.5 ± 0.91g–j83.5
1 × 10915.3 ± 0.36hi84.711.8 ± 0.21i88.2
G. roseum + S. cerevisiae1 × 10546.8 ± 0.71cd53.238.9 ± 0.60c–e61.1
1 × 10635.9 ± 0.67d–k64.133.0 ± 0.13de67.0
1 × 10730.0 ± 0.61e–j70.625.9 ± 0.61f74.1
1 × 10820.7 ± 0.41g79.318.9 ± 0.69gh81.1
1 × 10916.4 ± 0.21g–k83.610.6 ± 0.11ij89.4
G. roseum + S. fimicola1 × 10544.6 ± 0.78c–f55.437.7 ± 0.91c–f62.3
1 × 10638.1 ± 0.81d–g61.930.6 ± 0.50ef69.4
1 × 10732.7 ± 0.11e–h67.324.8 ± 0.31fg75.2
1 × 10824.0 ± 0.21f–i76.018.9 ± 0.26gh81.1
1 × 10917.4 ± 0.10g–j82.613.0 ± 0.20h–j87.0
S. cerevisiae + S. fimicola1 × 10529.4 ± 0.47e–j70.623.6 ± 0.82f–h76.4
1 × 10622.9 ± 0.89fk77.115.3 ± 0.41g–k84.7
1 × 10713.1 ± 0.67h–k86.98.3 ± 0.17i–l91.7
1 × 1087.7 ± 0.31j92.33.7 ± 0.11j–l96.3
1 × 1092.2 ± 0.11lm97.81.2 ± 0.03kl98.8
Control-61.3 ± 1.11a-56.6 ± 1.03a-
  1. *Values expressed are mean (± standard error) of five replicates
  2. Values given separately for the seed treatments within each column followed by different letters are significantly different at p < 0.05