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1. Biocontrol of Soil-borne Plant Pathogens Using Natural Attributes of Microbes and Their Environs [USDA0514]
The purpose of "Biocontrol of Soil-borne Plant Pathogens Using Natural Attributes of Microbes and Their Environs" is to characterize naturally-occurring biocontrol systems and identify microbes responsible ...


2. Integrated Management of Soilborne Pests of Tomato as an Alternative to Methyl Bromide [USDA0524]
The data in "Integrated Management of Soilborne Pests of Tomato as an Alternative to Methyl Bromide" was compiled to aid researchers in evaluating the efficacy of integrated pest management strategies ...


3. Pest Control Alternatives, South Carolina [USDA0550]
The purpose of "Pest Control Alternatives, South Carolina" is to aid in the development and evaluation of microbial pest control agents (MPCA) for control of plant pathogens and insect pests of vegetables; ...


4. Biology and Integrated Management of Fungi Affecting Tree Fruit Marketability (Methyl Bromide Alternatives) [USDA0516]
The purpose of "Biology and Integrated Management of Fungi Affecting Tree Fruit Marketability (Methyl Bromide Alternatives)" is to develop alternatives to Methyl Bromide as a soil fumigant, and decrease ...


5. Biological Assessment of Dryacide, a Non-chemical Alternative for Controlling Stored Grain Insect Pests (Methyl Bromide Alternatives) [USDA0539]
"Biological Assessment of Dryacide, a Non-chemical Alternative for Controlling Stored Grain Insect Pests (Methyl Bromide Alternatives)" explores the potential of Dryacide as a suitable and environmentally-compatible ...


6. Etiology of Soilborne Diseases of Fruit Trees and Their Control Without the Use of Methyl Bromide [USDA0528]
"Etiology of Soilborne Diseases of Fruit Trees and Their Control Without the Use of Methyl Bromide" contains research data that investigates the etiology of replant diseases of apple and cherry. Information ...


7. Vegetation and Soil Management in Fruit Production (Methyl Bromide Alternatives) [USDA0536]
The purpose of "Vegetation and Soil Management in Fruit Production (Methyl Bromide Alternatives)" is to develop basic, quantitative information on interactions between soilborne pests, interspecific ...


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