Abstract

Trichoderma species are utilized as a biological fungicide in agriculture due to their great antagonistic ability. Additionally, they can increase nutrient uptake, fertility, stress resistance, and plant development. They are also opportunistic and symbiotic infections, which may cause plant defense systems to become active. There is a need to reveal the molecular underpinnings of the disease resistance that Trichoderma induces despite research documenting its biocontrol effectiveness against fungal diseases. Therefore, the objective of the current investigation was to identify the fungus-secreted enzymes and its spores loaded by alginic acid on cucumber seeds

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