Bacillus subtilis KS1 as a plant disease control agent
|Posted date||Jan 6, 2012|
|Country||United States of America|
|Date of filing||Jul 3, 2009|
|Gazette Date||Jul 28, 2011|
|Gazette Date||Sep 3, 2013|
|International application number||JP2009003090|
|International publication number||WO2010004713|
|Date of international filing||Jul 3, 2009|
|Date of international publication||Jan 14, 2010|
|Title||Bacillus subtilis KS1 as a plant disease control agent|
A microorganism inhibits the growth of various plant pathogens, and is not reduced in its efficacy even when the microorganism is used in combination with a chemical pesticide.
The microorganism is Bacillus subtilis KS1 strain (NITE BP-569).
The plant disease control agent comprises a culture of the microorganism as an active ingredient.
|Scope of claims||
1. An isolated microorganism being the Bacillus subtilis strain KS1 (NITE BP-569).
2. A plant disease control agent, comprising a culture of the microorganism of claim 1 as an active ingredient.
3. The plant disease control agent according to claim 2, wherein the microorganism inhibits the growth of a phytopathogenic fungus that appears on leaves or in fruits of grapes.
4. The plant disease control agent according to claim 2, wherein the microorganism has resistance to a chemical pesticide.
5. The plant disease control agent according to claim 2, wherein the microorganism inhibits the growth of a fungus causing botrytis rot, a fungus causing downy mildew, and a fungus causing ripe rot.
6. The agent of claim 4 which is resistant to 150 ppm Azoxystrobin, 200 ppm Benomyl, 850 ppm Carbaryl, 50 ppm Diethofencarb, 100 ppm Fenhexamid, 400 ppm Fenitrothin, 100 ppm Imidacloprid, 100 ppm Maneb, 100 ppm Permethrin, 20 ppm Procymidone, and 100 ppm Thiophanate-methyl.
7. A method of inhibiting the growth of a phyopathogenic fungus that appears on leaves or in fruits of grapes that comprising applying to the leaves or fruits of grapes a fungal growth-inhibitory amount of the agent of claim 2.
8. The method of claim 7, wherein boturitis rot, downy mildew, and ripe rot are inhibited.
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