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Research on the resistance of soils to diseases. III. Effects of gamma -radiation on the microflora of a soil and its resistance to vascular Fusarium disease of melon



Research on the resistance of soils to diseases. III. Effects of gamma -radiation on the microflora of a soil and its resistance to vascular Fusarium disease of melon



Annales de Phytopathologie 9(4): 467-471



On irradiating a soil at 50 krd 60-70% of its microflora was destroyed, but its resistance to Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. melonis remained. From 50 to 250 krd the residual microflora was reduced progressively while the resistance diminished markedly between 50 and 100 krd.

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