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Agricultural University of Athens (1995)

CONTRIBUTION OF SOIL SOLARIZATION IN CONTROLLING SOIL BORNE PLANT PATHOGENS ANDITS INFLUENCE TO THE ANTAGONISTIC MICROFLORA OF THE SOIL

ΑΝΤΩΝΙΟΥ ΠΟΛΥΜΝΙΑ

Titre : CONTRIBUTION OF SOIL SOLARIZATION IN CONTROLLING SOIL BORNE PLANT PATHOGENS ANDITS INFLUENCE TO THE ANTAGONISTIC MICROFLORA OF THE SOIL

ΣΥΜΒΟΛΗ ΤΗΣ ΗΛΙΟΑΠΟΛΥΜΑΝΣΕΩΣ ΤΟΥ ΕΔΑΦΟΥΣ ΣΤΗΝ ΑΝΤΙΜΕΤΩΠΙΣΗ ΦΥΤΟΠΑΘΟΓΟΝΩΝ ΜΙΚΡΟΟΡΓΑΝΙΣΜΩΝ ΚΑΙ Η ΕΠΙΔΡΑΣΗ ΤΗΣ ΣΤΗΝ ΑΝΤΑΓΩΝΙΣΤΙΚΗ ΜΙΚΡΟΧΛ...

Auteur : ΑΝΤΩΝΙΟΥ ΠΟΛΥΜΝΙΑ

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) 1995

Université de soutenance : Agricultural University of Athens

Résumé

THE PURPOSE OF THE PRESENT STUDY WAS TO EVALUATE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SOIL SOLARIZATION ALONE OR IN COMPARISON WITH METHYL BRONIDE FUMIGATION IN CONTROLLING SOILBORNE PLANT PATHOGENS. THIS STUDY WAS FOCUSED ON THREE PARTS REFERRING TO:1) THE SENSITIVITY OF SCLEROTIA OR FUNGAL INOCULA OF PYRENOCHAETA LYCOPERSICI(COORKY ROOT ROT) TO SOIL SOLARIZATION AND THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE METHOD INCONTROLLING THE PATHOGEN IN PLASTIC TOMATO CULTIVATIONS. 2) THREE-YEAR EVALUATION OF SOIL SOLARIZATION IN CONTROLLING OF CLAVIBACTER MICHIGANENSIS SUBSP. MICHIGANENSIS WITH PARALLEL INVESTIGATION OF THE SENSITIVITY OF THE INOCULA OF THE PATHOGEN TO THE APPLICATION OF SOIL SOLARIZATION AND METHYL BROMIDE FUMIGATION AND 3) THE EFFECT OF SOIL SOLARIZATION ON THE FLUCTUATION OF NATURAL POPULATIONS OF RHIZOSPHERE BACTERIA OF FUNGI FROM SOIL OF TOMATO PLANTS WHICH COULD BE POTENTIAL ANTAGONISTS OF SOILBORNE PATHOGENIC FUNGI OR CLAVIBACTER MICHIGANENSIS SUBSP. MICHIGANENSIS. THIS STUDY DEMONSTRATED FOR THE FIRST TIME INTERNATIONALLY, THE THERMAL SENSITIVITY OF SCLYROTIA OF THE FUNGUS PYRENOCHAETA LYCOPERSICI INCORPORATED INTO THE SOIL BEFORE THE APPLICATION OF THE METHOD AND THE SENSITIVITY OF ITS NATURAL INOCULA AT TEMPERATURES DEVELOPED DURING SOIL SOLARIZATION.

Mots clés : ANTAGONISTIC MICROFLORA OF THE RHIZOSPHERE SOIL ; BACTERIA CAUKKER OF TOMATO ; BROWN OR COORKY ROOT ROT ; CLAVIBACTER MICHIGANENSIS SUBSP. MICHIGANENSIS ; Control ; PYRENOCHAETA LYCOPERSICI ; SOILBORNE PLANT PATHOGENS ; SOILSOLARIZATION ;

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