For natural turfgrass school grounds, the public tends to object to using chemical control due to negative perceptions about the use of chemical disinfectants and human safety issues when a problem occurs due to disease, which is one of the issues pointed out as difficulties in lawn management on natural grass school grounds. In addition, the need to develop organic materials for eco-friendly lawn management is emerging under the recent sentiment of growing interest in eco-friendliness. This study performed the disk diffusion test and mycelium growth inhibitory assay on the large patch (
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Fig. 1. Antifungal activity of crude plant extracts against AG2-2 by paper disc assay in vitro. ns: Non-significant; +: Doubtful effect; ++: Poor effect; +++: Moderate effect; DMSO: Dimethylsulfoxide.