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Table 2 Effect of seed treatment with a combination of PGPR and Trichoderma strains on bacterial wilt incidence 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 (%)
Control 98.1m 0.0a
B. subtilis SE34 + T. asperellum T8 40.3def 57.8hij
B. subtilis SE34 + T. harzianum UNS35 41.2efgh 56.9fghi
B. subtilis SE34 + T. longibrachiatum UNS11 42.6jkl 55.5bcd
B. subtilis SE34 + T. viride UNS42 41.4ghij 56.7defg
B. amyloliquefaciens IN937a + T. asperellum T8 41.3fghi 56.8efgh
B. amyloliquefaciens IN937a + T. harzianum UNS35 43.2l 54.9b
B. amyloliquefaciens IN937a + T. longibrachiatum UNS11 40.2de 57.9hij
B. amyloliquefaciens IN937a + T. viride UNS42 41.8ghijk 56.3cdefg
P. fluorescens Pf3 + T. asperellum T8 38.3bc 59.8kl
P. fluorescens Pf3 + T. harzianum UNS35 38.6bc 59.5kl
P. fluorescens Pf3 + T. longibrachiatum UNS11 36.2a 61.9m
P. fluorescens Pf3 + T. viride UNS42 38.8c 59.3k
  1. Means of three replications, followed by the letters according to Duncan’s multiple range tests (DMRT). Means sharing different alphabetical (a–m) superscripts in a column significantly different (P < 0.05). Control - R. solanacearum-treated plants