Review of antibacterial activity of plant extracts and growth-promoting microorganism (gpm) against phytopathogenic bacterial tomato crop
Anguiano Cabello, Julia C.
Ochoa Fuentes, Yissa M.
Morales, Gallegos G.
Jasso Cantú, Diana
Aguilar, Cristóbal N.
PublisherUniversidad Autónoma Agraria Antonio Narro
xmlui.dri2xhtml.METS-1.0.item-placeSaltillo, Coahuila, México
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Estudio de Microorganismos en Tomate
Tomato is the second vegetable more important crop in the world, but has problems with bacterial phytopathogen that causes economic losses. The effectiveness of bioalternatives for controlling phytopathogen bacterial tomato disease is importance nowadays. Scientists are working on the development of new techniques for bioalternatives to control bacterial tomato diseases trying to avoid the traditional chemical control, because side effects can affect human health and causes damage at environment. In this review summarizes the alternatives compounds of some extract plants, as well as some compounds by Bacillus used as plant-growth promoting rhizobacteria, and some compounds by Trichoderma like an plant-growth promoting fungi.