Conference proceedings article
Einfluss von ligninhaltigen Komposten und Pflanzgutgesundheit auf den Befall mit Rhizoctonia solani bei Kartoffeln



Publication Details
Authors:
Schulte Geldermann, E.; Bruns, C.; Heß, J.; Finckh, M.
Editor:
Mayer, J.; Alföldi, T.; Leiber, F.; Dubois, D.; Fried, P.; Heckendorn, F.; Hillmann, E.; Klocke, P.; Lüscher, A.; Riedel, S.; Stolze, M.; Strasser, F.; van der Heijden, M. and Willer, H.
Publisher:
Verlag Dr. Köster, Berlin
Place:
Zürich
Publication year:
2009
Pages range:
328-331
Book title:
10. Wissenschaftstagung Ökologischer Landbau

Abstract
The effects of initial seed potato infection and suppressive composts made of mixtures of organic household and yard waste on the R. solani severity in potatoes were tested in field trials under organic conditions at the University Kassel in the years 2006-08 and at two sites in northern Germany in 2008. Composts directly applied in strips to the seed tuber area at 5 t dry matter ha-1 significantly reduced both the infestation of harvested potatoes with black scurf and the percentage of tubers with malformations and dry core The rate of initial seed tubers infection and the site significantly affected tuber health and quality.


Keywords
Potato, Rhizoctonia solani, seed tuber health, suppressive composts

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