This species readily develops resistance to antimicrobial agents.
The minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) of H.
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The minimum bactericidal concentration (MBC) of H.
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Another reason to include Pic-Clor 60 in this study was to compare its efficacy with that of Pic 99. The additional 1,3-D in the Pic-Clor 60 mixture did not improve efficacy compared with Pic 99. Both fumigants had similar MIC80 values, indicating effective mortality of F. oxysporum, P. ultimum, R. solani and T. semipenetrans (). Neither chloropicrin formulation controlled V. dahliae, and the MIC values for Pic 99 and Pic-Clor 60 (1,414.6 and 1,349.3 µmol kg, respectively) were calculated assuming a linear relationship of increasing concentration and mortality ().