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R Baker, B Sneh

A Metz fine sandy loam soil, found in the Salinas Valley of California was suppressive to Fusarium wilt diseases (Baker and Chet, 1982; Smith, 1977; Smith and Snyder, 1972). A factor associated with biological control appeared to be operative because the suppressiveness could be transferred to conducive soil; that is, only 600 g/m2 of suppressive soil added to conducive soil in a commercial greenhouse decreased the incidence of Fusarium wilt of carnation over a 2-yr period (Baker, 1980). Also suppressiveness was nullified by heat-treatment of soil at 48 C (Scher and Baker, 1980).

NATO ASI Series (Series A: Life Sciences), vol 117

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Physical, biological and host factors in iron competition in soils

R Baker, B Sneh

Physical, biological and host factors in iron competition in soils

A Metz fine sandy loam soil, found in the Salinas Valley of California was suppressive to Fusarium wilt diseases (Baker and Chet, 1982; Smith, 1977; Smith and Snyder, 1972). A factor associated with biological control appeared to be operative because the suppressiveness could be transferred to conducive soil; that is, only 600 g/m2 of suppressive soil added to conducive soil in a commercial greenhouse decreased the incidence of Fusarium wilt of carnation over a 2-yr period (Baker, 1980). Also suppressiveness was nullified by heat-treatment of soil at 48 C (Scher and Baker, 1980).

NATO ASI Series (Series A: Life Sciences), vol 117

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