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Improvement of soil solarization with volatile compounds generated from organic amendments
Year:
1997
Source of publication :
Phytoparasitica
Authors :
Gamliel, Abraham
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Volume :
25
Co-Authors:
Gamliel, A., Lab. for Res. on Pest Mgmt. Applic., ARO, Volcani Center, Bet Dagan 50250, Israel
Stapleton, J.J., Statewide IPM Project, University of California, Kearney Agricultural Center, Parlier, CA 93648, United States
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Combining organic amendments with soil solarization is a nonchemical approach to improvement of the control of soilborne plant diseases. Pathogen control in solarized -amended soil is attributed to a combination of thermal killing and enhanced generation of biotoxic volatile compounds. Apparently, pathogen sensitivity to biotoxic volatile compounds is enhanced with an increase of soil temperature and acts in combination with antagonistic microbial activity. Enhanced biocontrol also may be involved with some amendments. Toxic volatile compounds including alcohols, aldehydes, sulfides, isothiocyanates, and others were detected in soil amended with cruciferous residues during heating. Field solarization of soil amended with composted chicken manure gave better control of pathogens and higher yield of lettuce and tomato than either treatment alone.
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fumigation
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Language:
English
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Improvement of soil solarization with volatile compounds generated from organic amendments
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Gamliel, A., Lab. for Res. on Pest Mgmt. Applic., ARO, Volcani Center, Bet Dagan 50250, Israel
Stapleton, J.J., Statewide IPM Project, University of California, Kearney Agricultural Center, Parlier, CA 93648, United States
Improvement of soil solarization with volatile compounds generated from organic amendments
Combining organic amendments with soil solarization is a nonchemical approach to improvement of the control of soilborne plant diseases. Pathogen control in solarized -amended soil is attributed to a combination of thermal killing and enhanced generation of biotoxic volatile compounds. Apparently, pathogen sensitivity to biotoxic volatile compounds is enhanced with an increase of soil temperature and acts in combination with antagonistic microbial activity. Enhanced biocontrol also may be involved with some amendments. Toxic volatile compounds including alcohols, aldehydes, sulfides, isothiocyanates, and others were detected in soil amended with cruciferous residues during heating. Field solarization of soil amended with composted chicken manure gave better control of pathogens and higher yield of lettuce and tomato than either treatment alone.
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