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Bacillus subtilis, use in agriculture for the prevention of fungal diseases

Bacillus subtilis is a bacterium of the genus Bacillus naturally present in the soil. In organic farming it is used as an effective fungicide to prevent the most common diseases of horticultural and fruit crops. It is also known by the name pasture bacillus. Or hay and its use represent a valid alternative to classic fungicidal products, such as copper. Unlike the latter, Bacillus subtilis does not present toxicity risks to plants and the environment in general. Read more

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