Lysobacter: Disease suppressive soils

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    Lysobacter species have also been isolated from soils suppressive to Rhizoctonia solani [49]. Clay soils with natural suppressiveness against Rhizoctonia contained higher numbers of antagonistic isolates of L. gummosus, L. antibioticus and/or L. capsici. Although the mechanism behind this phenomenon is not yet understood, it appeared that growing grass/clover increased the number of these Lysobacter species as well as the Rhizoctonia suppressiveness

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