Figure 2. Petri plates showing the rear views of fungal pathogens isolates co-cultured with the antagonistic bacteria. In ‘A’, (D. teres) inhibition of mycelial growth towards the bacterium is clearly evident. B; The inhibition of R commune mycelia by the bacteria is not effective


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