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Control of soilborne pathogens by solar heating in Slovenia

Control of soilborne pathogens by solar heating in Slovenia

Research Reports Biotechnical Faculty University of Ljubljana, Agricultural Issue ( Sup 23): 84-91

Soil solarization was investigated during a 40-day treatment with the use of polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polyethylene (PE) and black polythene (BP) sheeting. The maximum soil temperature at the 5-cm depth reached 46.2 degrees C under PVC. Soil temperature reached under PE was lower (42.5 degrees C), while the lowest temperature was found in the control soil (32.5 degrees C). Soil temperatures at 5 cm depth exceeded 40 degrees C on 25 occasions under PVC, and 12 occasions under PE.

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