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Abstract

Summary: Cultures of sixteen different soil actinomycetes were tested for their ability to inhibit the growth of eight pathogenic strains of Fr. on agar media. Three of the actinomycetes did not inhibit growth, and nine inhibited growth of all strains equally, but the other four actinomycetes consistently inhibited the growth of individual strains to different extents. The differences provide an test which distinguishes between certain pathogenic strains of that are otherwise indistinguishable in culture.

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