Plant protection against Insects based on Beauveria Isolate

Scientists of the University of Göttingen developed a new endophytic fungal isolate for plant protection against herbivorous insects. The isolate growths endophytically in different relevant crop plants and shows an excellent effectivity protecting them against the attack of pests. To be used for sorghum, corn, cotton, soybean, oilseed rape, etc.

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