Direct Antagonists for Cannabis

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trichoderma

Biocontrol mechanisms of Trichoderma
Antagonist microorganisms, such as
Trichoderma, reduce growth, survival or
infections caused by pathogens by different
mechanisms like competition, antibiosis,
mycoparasitism, hyphal interactions, and enzyme
secretion.
Competition: It is the phenomenon in which the
pathogen and the introduced biocontrol agent
(antagonist) compete for the availability of space
and nutrients. During this process, the antagonist
may suppress the growth of the pathogen
population in the rhizosphere and thus reduce
disease development.

 

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