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- Biological control of Botrytis cinerea and plant growth promotion potential by Penicillium citrinum in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)
- Botrytis grey mould of chickpea: a review of biology, epidemiology, and disease management
- Chitin-supplemented foliar application of chitinolytic Bacillus cereus reduces severity of Botrytis gray mold disease in chickpea under controlled conditions.
- Deciphering the tri-dimensional effect of endophytic Streptomyces sp. on chickpea for plant growth promotion, helper effect with Mesorhizobium ciceri and host-plant resistance induction against Botrytis cinerea
- Identification of Sources of Multiple Disease Resistance in Mini-core Collection of Chickpea.
- Integrated biological-chemical control of Botrytis gray mould of chickpea
- Maackiain in Cicer bijugum Rech. f. associated with resistance to Botrytis grey mould
- Mapping QTL for resistance to botrytis grey mould in chickpea
- Multi-environment field testing for identification and validation of genetic resistance to Botrytis cinerea causing Botrytis grey mold in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)
- Pathogenic and genetic diversity of Botrytis fabae Sand. isolates from faba bean fields in different agro-ecological zones of Northern Ethiopia
- Preliminary investigations in integrated biocontrol of Botrytis gray mold of chickpea
- Reviving Chickpea Production in Nepal Through Integrated Crop Management, with Emphasis on Botrytis Gray Mold.
- Screening for Resistance to Chocolate Spot Caused by Botrytis Fabae
- Streptomyces sp. as plant growth-promoters and host-plant resistance inducers against Botrytis cinerea in chickpea