Avirulent geotrichum candidum for biological control of postharvest rots on fruit
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A novel avirulent strain of Geotrichum candidum has been isolated which is effective to inhibit growth of postharvest pathogens on fruit. In use, protection from postharvest fruit-rots may be afforded by application of an effective amount of the strain onto the surface of fruit.
Eayre, Cynthia G.; Skaria, Mani (1997). Avirulent geotrichum candidum for biological control of postharvest rots on fruit. United States. Patent and Trademark Office; Texas A&M University. Libraries. Available electronically from