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Soil solarization and plant disease management: II. Effect of soil solarization in comparison with soil fumigation on the management of Fusarium wilt of tomato


Soil solarization and plant disease management: II. Effect of soil solarization in comparison with soil fumigation on the management of Fusarium wilt of tomato



Agricultural Research Review 68(3): 601-611



Soil solarization was much more efficient than fumigation with methyl bromide in reducing wilt caused by the soilborne pathogen, F. oxysporum f.sp. lycopersici, under Egyptian conditions. Mulching artificially infested soil with transparent polyethylene (40 micro m thick) for 4 or 7 weeks during 2 summer seasons reduced the severity of the disease to the level of that in mulched non-infested soil.

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