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Nano-particle derived from chaetomium cuprem cc3003 against Anthracnose of coffee var. Arabica

Author:
Somlit, Vilavong, Somdej, Kanokmedhakul, Kaunchai, Kanokmedhakul, Soytong, Kasem
Source:
International Journal of Plant Biology 2018 v.9 no.1
ISSN:
2037-0164
Subject:
Chaetomium, Glomerella cingulata, anthracnose, disease control, fungi, nanoparticles, research and development, seedlings, sporulation, Laos
Abstract:
Colletotrichum gloeosporioides is proved to be a pathogenic isolate causing anthracnose disease on coffee var. Arabica in Lao PDR. Chaetomium cupreum CC3003 inhibits sporulation of C. gloeosporiodes by 42.60 % in 30 days. The tested nano CCH, nano CCE and nano CCM derived from C. cupreum CC3003 significantly inhibits C. gloeosporioides that cause coffee anthracnose at low concentrations of about 3-15 ppm. The tested nano-particles applied to inoculated coffee seedlings significantly reduce coffee anthracnose. Research and development on nano-particles extracted from fungi are necessary to discover new strategies to control plant disease.
Agid:
6459255