Biocontrol and Other Beneficial Activities of Bacillus subtilis Strains Isolated From Cow Dung, Soil Compost and Soil Rhizosphere Microflora

Biocontrol is process by which naturally occurring microorganisms inhibits or suppress the growth of many pathogens which affects plant growth. Disease suppression by biocontrol agents is the sustained manifestation of interactions among the plant, the pathogen, the biocontrol agent, the microbial community on and around the plant, and the physical environment [1,2]. Biological control of fungal diseases of plants is eco-friendly and is a potential component of integrated disease management [3]. There has been a steady increase in commercially prepared and marketed bacterial bio products based on rhizobacteria such as Bacillus, Pseudomonas, Streptomyces, Rhizobium,ecbvr-img5and Agrobacterium species.

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