By A. B. R. Beemster, G. J. Bollen, M. Gerlagh, M. A. Ruissen, B. Schippers, A. Tempel
This quantity includes a choice of the entire papers provided on the founding convention of the eu beginning for Plant Pathology, held from twenty sixth February to second March 1990 at Wageningen, The Netherlands. It focusses at the topic of ''Biotic Interactions and Soil-Borne Diseases'', on which there are contributions from major ecu scientists within the box of soil-borne illnesses. methods of exploiting biotic procedures and phenomena which lead to plant creation risk free to the surroundings are explored
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E. nematodes, springtails and mites. 2 MATERIALS AND METHODS Studies on the pathogenicity of R. solani and the microbial antagonism were carried out in laboratory trials. Effects on the growth of R. solani were studied in plate tests by mixing aldicarb, oxamyl and ethoprophos in a concentration range through Czapek Dox agar (CDA), potato dextrose agar (PDA) and water agar (WA) (Hofman and Bollen, 1 9 8 7 ) . The same plates overgrown by R. solani were also used to test, at various nematicide concentrations, the susceptibility of the mycelium of Verticillium biquttatum, the most important mycoparasite of R.
O. Box 48, 6700 AA Wageningen (The Netherlands) 1 2) ABSTRACT Population dynamics of Rhizobium 1eguminosarum biovar trifolii (R62::Tn5) was studied in laboratory experiments after the introduction into sterilized and non-sterilized loamy sand and silt loam. Part of the sterilized soil was recolonized by adding a group of bacterial isolates. A flagellate, which was cultured on rhizobial cells, was added to sterilized as well as to recolonized sterilized soil. The rhizobial number was influenced little by the recolonization with bacteria or by the addition of flagellates alone.