Rainlilies & Stagonospora

Aad van Beek avbeek1@hotmail.com
Thu, 26 Dec 2013 06:12:49 PST
Nhu wrote

> The observation that leaf mould with white hyphae protects bulbs is
> interesting and make good ecological sense. You're using one group of fungi
> to outcompete another group. In this case, using saprobic fungi to
> out-compete pathogenic fungi. The saprobic fungi will take over the growing
> medium and excludes pathogenic fungi from entering the arena, thus
> protecting the plants. 

Interesting to know if the rainlilies are cured from stagonospora when using the leaf mold or the partogenic fungi which stagonophora supposititious belongs to are only out-compete and latent.


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