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Response of onions grown for transplants to soil fumigation



Response of onions grown for transplants to soil fumigation



Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 103(3): 385-388



Six general-purpose fumigants applied by different methods were evaluated for control of the fungal-nematode complex on onion for transplant production. Most soil treatments improved plant vigour, size, uniformity and yield, and these positive responses were correlated with reduced populations of soil-borne fungi and nematodes. Growth response and control of pathogens varied with the fumigant used and the method of application.

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