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Solar heating in closed plastic house for control of soilborne diseases. V. Application for control of Fusarium wilt of strawberry



Solar heating in closed plastic house for control of soilborne diseases. V. Application for control of Fusarium wilt of strawberry



Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 48(5): 570-577



During midsummer, an experimental plastic house was sealed and the soil surface mulched with plastic film following irrigation. The incorporation of soluble starch (25 or 50 g/kg dry soil) into naturally infested soil increased the efficacy of solar heating. The lethal exposure limit for the pathogen, F. oxysporum, was assumed to be 8-14 days at 40 deg C. The soil temp. at a depth of 20 cm in a closed plastic house reached 40 deg in 3 days in a sunny summer and in 5 days with less sun.

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