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Background and objectives: Botrytis cinerea (grey mould) is a ubiquitous pathogen which causes severe losses in many fruit, vegetable and ornamental crops and which can be especially important in greenhouse production. The pathogen infects the leaves, stems, flowers and fruits in greenhouse vegetables. Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (white mould) and Fulvia fulva (leaf mould) are also common in non-heated greenhouses. Trichoderma harzianum T39 (as TRICHODEX 20P, Makhteshim Ltd, Be'er Sheva, Israel) effectively controls Botrytis diseases under a wide range of conditions in greenhouse crops as well as leaf mould on tomato and white mould. A new approach based on a decision-support system named BOTMAN was developed for the control of B. cinerea and was later widened in order to take care of other greenhouse diseases. The outcome is a system named GREENMAN. This approach was tested for tomatoes and cucumbers. The …

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CONTROL OF BOTRYTIS CINEREA AND OTHER FOLIAR PATHOGENS IN GREENHOUSE VEGETABLE CROPS BY TRICHODERMA HARZIANUM T39 ALTERNATED WITH CHEMICAL FUNGICIDES ACCORDING TO THE GREENMAN DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM [abstract]
CONTROL OF BOTRYTIS CINEREA AND OTHER FOLIAR PATHOGENS IN GREENHOUSE VEGETABLE CROPS BY TRICHODERMA HARZIANUM T39 ALTERNATED WITH CHEMICAL FUNGICIDES ACCORDING TO THE GREENMAN DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM

Background and objectives: Botrytis cinerea (grey mould) is a ubiquitous pathogen which causes severe losses in many fruit, vegetable and ornamental crops and which can be especially important in greenhouse production. The pathogen infects the leaves, stems, flowers and fruits in greenhouse vegetables. Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (white mould) and Fulvia fulva (leaf mould) are also common in non-heated greenhouses. Trichoderma harzianum T39 (as TRICHODEX 20P, Makhteshim Ltd, Be'er Sheva, Israel) effectively controls Botrytis diseases under a wide range of conditions in greenhouse crops as well as leaf mould on tomato and white mould. A new approach based on a decision-support system named BOTMAN was developed for the control of B. cinerea and was later widened in order to take care of other greenhouse diseases. The outcome is a system named GREENMAN. This approach was tested for tomatoes and cucumbers. The …

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