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Samavat S, Salehi Vozhdehnazari M, Sayyad-Amin P. 10-Inhibitory effects of essential oils and extracts of medicinal plants on plant pathogenic fungi and bacteria. pps. 2022; 11 (1) :113-121
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Samavat S, Salehi Vozhdehnazari M, Sayyad-Amin P (2022) Inhibitory effects of essential oils and extracts of medicinal plants on plant pathogenic fungi and bacteria. Plant Pathology Science 11(1):113-121.         Doi: 10.2982/PPS.11.1.113.
 
The use of essential oils and extracts of medicinal plants is one of the environmentally friendly methods in the management of plant diseases caused by fungi and bacteria. The antimicrobial effect of essential oils and extracts of various medicinal plants such as thyme, cloves, savory, garlic, licorice and fennel has been proven and their active ingredient has also been identified. Based on these studies, the possibility of introducing, formulating and using essential oils and extracts of medicinal plants or any of their components with antimicrobial properties, as an alternative method of using chemical toxins in the management of fungal and bacterial diseases of plants can be provided.
Keywords: Garlic, Savory, Thyme
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