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Thus, Fusarium oxysporum Schlect f.sp radicis-lycopersici Jarvis and Shomaker (Forl) responsible of Fusarium crown and root rot, is known among soil-borne diseases the most devastating of the tomato crop in the worldwide [10] and one of the most serious fungal diseases and more difficult to control, which is a veritable scourge for this interest economic culture, thereby eliminating these ubiquitous pathogens is not easy because their saprophytic power and their ability to colonize non-host plants allow it to survive in adverse conditions, and they are able to persist in infested soil for more than 10 years in the absence of tomato plant [5].
The tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) variety hybrid F1 Montfavet 63-5, susceptible to Fusarium wilt and Fusarium crown and root rot, was used in this experiment.