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Finally, with modern molecular technology, identified resistance genes can be transferred with specificity between unrelated plants where traditional breeding techniques would be impossible (Agrios, 2005). Breeding for disease resistance is perhaps the dominant disease management strategy for crops with low unit values such as small grains, maize, soybeans and rice where growers cannot afford the use of multiple fungicide sprays or use of other tactics such as long-term rotation. Breeders have developed cultivars with resistance to multiple pathogens.
2004). 26 B. Jacobson Antibiosis Antibiosis is the most common mode of action explored and this likely reflects a chemical control equivalent mindset of many researchers. It should be noted that in vitro antibiosis activity does not often predict antibiosis in vivo and that many reports of antibiosis being responsible for disease control are based on in vitro and not on in vivo observations. , 2002) and Pseudomonas fluorescens A 506 (Wilson and Lindow, 1993) and control of take-all of wheat by P.
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