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Record number 443289
Title Stimulering van ziektewering in de bodem door toevoegen van reststromen : 'Cash from trash' : eindrapport SKB-Duurzame ontwikkeling ondergrond project 2031
Author(s) Postma, J.; Schilder, M.T.; Hanse, B.; Hendrickx, W.; Venhuizen, A.
Source Wageningen : Plant Research International Wageningen UR, Business Unit Agrosystems (Rapport / Plant Research International 529) - 46
Department(s) PRI BIOINT Ecological Interactions
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2013
Keyword(s) bodemweerbaarheid - plantenziekten - bodemschimmels - thanatephorus cucumeris - nuttige organismen - lysobacter - reststromen - digestaat - beta vulgaris - suikerbieten - solanum tuberosum - aardappelen - daucus carota - penen - keukenkruiden - nederland - veldproeven - akkerbouw - soil suppressiveness - plant diseases - soil fungi - beneficial organisms - residual streams - digestate - sugarbeet - potatoes - carrots - culinary herbs - netherlands - field tests - arable farming
Categories Soilborne Pathogens / Cultural Control
Abstract Dit rapport bevat de resultaten van twee jaar onderzoek naar praktijktoepasbare methoden om de ziektewering in de bodem tegen Rhizoctonia solani, een belangrijke gewasbelager, te verhogen. Het huidige SKB project is gestart om goedkope effectieve reststoffen te identificeren en te zoeken naar een voor de praktijk toepasbare methode om ziektewering in de bodem te verhogen.
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