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The first attempt to control a plant disease with an antibiotic substance was that of Potter (1908). He found that the concentrated liquid on which Pseudomonas destructans, the cause of turnip rot, had grown would kill the organism itself when it was invading the turnip tis sue. Likewise, he found that the products of Penicillium italicum would eliminate the fungus from infected orange rind. " Sanford (1926) concluded that when potato scab is controlled by green manuring on some soils, "the antibiotic qualities of certain predominant soil microorganisms" may in fluence the development of Actinomyces scabies.
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Canner 94, (17) Mar 28. 34 S. E. A. MC CALL AN McNew, G. L. (1959). Landmarks during a century of progress in use of chemicals to control plant diseases. In "Plant Pathology, Problems and Progress, 1 9 0 8 1958" (C. S. ), pp. 42-54. Univ. Wisconsin Press, Madison, Wisconsin. Magdoff, B. , Burchfield, H. , and Schechtman, J. (1958). Chemistry and crystallography of some polybasic cupric calcium sulfates (Bordeaux mix tures). Contrib. Boyce Thompson Inst. 19, 267-288. Marsh, R. W. (1938). Some applications of laboratory biological tests to the evaluation of fungicides.