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Fungicidal activity of vorlex and accumulation of linuron in a vorlex linuron treated soil



Fungicidal activity of vorlex and accumulation of linuron in a vorlex linuron treated soil



Canadian Journal of Soil Science 60(4): 651-656



Recommended concentrations of Vorlex and linuron exerted little initial effect on bacterial and actinomycete populations in a muck, whereas Vorlex caused drastic reduction in that of the fungi. This resulted in linuron accumulation in the soil which was deleterious to growth of Lactuca sativa L. New fungal population produced by the survivors was resistant to subsequent Vorlex treatments but was linuron passive. Proliferation of the surviving fungi was accompanied by appreciable and lasting increases in the bacterial and actinomycete populations. Absence of pathogenic symptoms on lettuce plants due to any of these organisms precluded selection or enrichment of pathogens potentially present in the soil. The findings demonstrated the consequence of this pesticide combination on non-target microbiota, the accumulation of linuron and plant growth.

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