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Table 1 Screening of PGPR and Trichoderma strains for their potential to induce resistance against bacterial wilt under greenhouse conditions

From: Efficacy of indigenous plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria and Trichoderma strains in eliciting resistance against bacterial wilt in a tomato

Treatments Disease incidence (%) Disease protection (%)
Bacillus pumilus INR7 59.6k 37.8b
B. pumilus T4 57.6fgh 39.8cde
B. amyloliquefaciens IN937a 54.6abc 42.8hij
B. subtilis IN937b 58.7ijk 38.7bc
B. subtilis SE34 56.4de 41.0fg
B. subtilis GB03 57.5fg 39.9de
BrevibacillusbrevisIPC11 59.3jk 38.1b
P. fluorescens Pf3 54.3ab 43.1ij
P. fluorescens Pf5 58.6hijk 38.8bcd
P. fluorescens Pf8 57.7fghi 39.7cde
T. asperellum T4 58.4ghij 39.0cde
T. asperellum T8 54.1a 43.3j
T. harzianum UNS10 57.2ef 40.2ef
T. harzianum UNS35 54.8abc 42.6hij
T. longibrachiatum UNS11 55.6cd 41.8gh
T. longibrachiatum UNS28 57.4efg 40.0e
T. virideUNS35 57.6fgh 39.8cde
T. viride UNS42 55.2bc 42.2hi
Control 97.4l 0.0a
  1. Means of three replications, followed by the letters according to Duncan’s multiple range tests (DMRT). Means sharing different alphabetical (a–k) superscripts in a column significantly different (P < 0.05). Control R. solanacearum-treated plants