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Research on resistance of soil to disease 5. development of fusarium carnation wilt in relation to substrate



Research on resistance of soil to disease 5. development of fusarium carnation wilt in relation to substrate



Annales de Phytopathologie 11(4): 477-482



Fusarium wilt of carnation is one of the most destructive disease in France except the puddingstone area, in the Var valley, where this tracheomycosis increases slowly. The resistance of different types of soil to Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. dianthi was examined. Alluvial soil is suppressive to this parasite. Soil composition plays an important part in the spread of wilt. The use of large quantities of organic matter (peat and manure) may be responsible for the increased incidence of Fusarium carnation wilt. Peat is an excellent substrate for the rapid development of wilt. Fumigation with metham-sodium of formaldehyde did not affect the behavior of puddingstones and alluvial soil against the parasite.

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