Microbial Fungicides/Bactericides

Try not to get confused when thinking about microbial controls. Essentially there are two groups, bacteria and fungi and each one can kill harmful bacteria and/or fungi. You are using the good bacteria and good fungi to attack the pathogenic bacteria and fungi.

Bacteria

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Streptomyces

Target pathogens

Alternaria spp. • Anthracnose • Botrytis • Charcoal Rot • Club root • Downy Mildew • Fusarium spp. • Powdery Mildew • Pseudomonas spp. • Phytophthora spp. • Pythium spp. • Rhizoctonia spp. • Sclerotinia spp. • Southern Blight • Verticillium spp. • Xanthomonas spp.

 

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bacillus subtilis

Target Pathogens

Powdery mildew • Gray mold • Alternaria Leaf Spot • Anthracnose • Bacterial Leaf Blight • Bacterial Canker • Sooty mold • Bacterial spot • Black Root Rot/Black Crown RotBrown Rot • Brown Spot • Downy mildew

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bacillus pumilis

Target Pathogens

Bacterial Spot • Blue Mold • Downy Mildew • Early Blight • Fire Blight • Gray Mold • Gummy Stem Blight • Late Blight • Powdery Mildew • Rust • Sclerotinia Leaf Drop • Scab • White Mold