Fusarium solani

Fusarium solani

[fyü′za·rē·əm sō′lan·ē]
(mycology)
A pathogenic fungus implicated in root rot and wilt diseases of several plants, including sisal and squash.
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Antifungal activity was also determined by standard slant method for mycelia fungi Fusarium solani and Aspergillus niger as mentioned [1].