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Suppression of pythium splendens in a hawaiian usa soil by calcium and microorganisms

Suppression of pythium splendens in a hawaiian usa soil by calcium and microorganisms

Phytopathology 76(2): 215-220

ISSN/ISBN: 0031-949X

Germaination inhibition of sporangia of Pythium splendens in seven different soil types was associated with high Ca content and high total microbial population. Conducive soils which were low in Ca content and microbial population became suppressive to P. splendens after amendment with 0.6% Ca and mixture of microorganisms, or with Ca and 1% alfalfa meal to increase the population of indigenous microorganisms. Germination of sporangia of P. splendens on a suppressive soil from soil from South Kohala, HI, increased with time of storage, and the increase of germination was associated with the decrease of total microbial population. Germination inhibition was restored to suppressive soil stored for 1 and 1.5 yr, by adjusting the moisture content of soils from -110 to -7 bars to increase the microbial population. Suppressiveness was restored to soil stored for 3 yr by adding fungi, bacteria, actinomycetes, or their combination. Conductive soils which were high in Ca and low in microbial population were converted to suppressive soil by adding alfalfa meal to increase the microbial population. These result that a combination of high Ca and high microbial population is the cause of suppression in the soil from South Kohala. The inhibition characteristics of the suppressive soil created by amending the conductive soil with Ca and alfalfa meal were similar to those of naturally suppressive soil from South Kohala. Naturally and induced suppressive soils were inhibitory or stimulatory to the same species of microorganisms and the inhibitory effect of both soils was associated with microbial activity. Inhibition of sporangial germination of P. splendens on both soils decreased when sporangia were separated from soil by a polycarbonate membrane. Neither volatile inhibitors nor nonvolatile inhibitors were detected in either soil. Both soils were fungistatic and their inhibitory effect was not transferable. Similarity of inhibition characteristics indicates that the artificially created suppressive soil operates by the same mechanism as the naturally suppressive soil, and supports the hypothesis that a combination of high Ca and high microbial population is responsible for the suppression of P. splendens in the suppressive soil from South Kohala.

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