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Survival of sclerotia of Sclerotium rolfsii Sacc. in cattle manure
Year:
1969
Source of publication :
Phytopathologia Mediterranea
Authors :
אביזוהר-הרשנזון, זהרה
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לחובר, דוד
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רודריג, חיים
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Volume :
8
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From page:
171
To page:
174
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Total pages:
4
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Abstract:

In deep-bedding manure, sclerotial germinability decreased rapidly and a complete lack of germination was observed 20 days after the incorporation of the sclerotia. In a manure pile, sclerotia also lost their germinability completely inside the pile. In dry yard-manure, 73 % of the sclerotia were able to germinate after three months. It is assumed that in each case a different principal factor was responsible for the decrease of sclerotial viability. In the case of deep-bedding manure the process may be attributed to the accumulation of a high amount of free ammonia, reaching values of 1248 ppm. In manure pile the most important factor is the temperature. The high viability of sclerotia in dry yard-manure may be attributed to a lack of fermentation in such manure. 

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cattle manure
fungi
Sclerotium rolfsii
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Survival of sclerotia of Sclerotium rolfsii Sacc. in cattle manure
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Survival of sclerotia of Sclerotium rolfsii Sacc. in cattle manure

In deep-bedding manure, sclerotial germinability decreased rapidly and a complete lack of germination was observed 20 days after the incorporation of the sclerotia. In a manure pile, sclerotia also lost their germinability completely inside the pile. In dry yard-manure, 73 % of the sclerotia were able to germinate after three months. It is assumed that in each case a different principal factor was responsible for the decrease of sclerotial viability. In the case of deep-bedding manure the process may be attributed to the accumulation of a high amount of free ammonia, reaching values of 1248 ppm. In manure pile the most important factor is the temperature. The high viability of sclerotia in dry yard-manure may be attributed to a lack of fermentation in such manure. 

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