Aug. 30, 2013
It was introduced by the company that the spores generated by coniothyrium minitans could penetrate through the outer pigmented rind intercellularly, or via existing cracks in the surface, to attack the sclerotia of the target organism (Sclerotinia spp.) in the soil and destroy them. Coniothyrium minitans is active in multiple crops including grape, soybean, tobacco, vegetable, fruit, and Ornamental plants.
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