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- adj. That inhibits the growth and reproduction of fungi
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Scientific research has confirmed fungistatic effects of some of the plants used traditionally by farmers in Africa to protect stored grain against mould.
Are you aiming toward more of an underlying disease treatment label, a fungicidal or fungistatic kind of label?
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Damage to the cambium of the eucalyptus often results in the formation of veins of kino, a secretion rich in an ample range of polyphenolic compounds with fungistatic activity (Hart and Hillis, 1972; Tippett, 1986).