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Record number 9384
Title Inactivation of soil-borne plant pathogens during small-scale composting of crop residues.
Author(s) Bollen, G.J.; Volker, D.; Wijnen, A.P.
Source Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology 95 (1989)Suppl. 1. - ISSN 0028-2944 - p. 19 - 30.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/bf01974281
Department(s) Laboratory of Phytopathology
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 1989
Keyword(s) compostering - compost - bestrijdingsmethoden - warmtebehandeling - plantenziekteverwekkende schimmels - gewasbescherming - bodemschimmels - temperatuur - composting - composts - control methods - heat treatment - plant pathogenic fungi - plant protection - soil fungi - temperature
Categories Soil Biology / Compost / Biological Control
Abstract Monsters van hevig aangetaste gewasresten werden aangebracht in composthopen van het Indore-type. De temperatuur liep op tot 50-70 graden Celsius binnen 6 dagen na het opzetten van de hopen, afhankelijk van de aard van de gewasresten en de plaats in de hoop. De warmtefase duurde 2-3 weken en werd gevolgd door een rijpingsfase van circa 5 maanden. 17 pathogenen werden getoetst op overleving. Bij 4 pathogenen werden bovendien proeven gedaan met inbrengen en wegnemen van monsters in verschillende stadia van het proces Experiments are presented on the effect of composting on the viability of soil borne plant pathogens
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