An Argentinean medicinal plant shows potential as a natural fungicide

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(Natural News) A study published in Annals of Applied Biology has found that the extracts and phenolic compounds derived from Zuccagnia punctata, a species of legume, can be used to protect corn seeds from fungal pathogens, providing farmers a natural alternative to artificial – and often toxic – fungicides. Fusarium is a diverse genus of fungi…

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