Integrated Management of Soilborne Pests of Tomato as an Alternative to Methyl BromideEntry ID: USDA0524
Abstract: 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 to control soilborne
diseases, weeds, and nematodes previously controlled by methyl bromide soil
fumigation. Also, the data help to determine the influence of physical
treatments on the biota ... influencing root health.
Collection Orgainzation: USDA Agricultural Research Service
Collection Methodology: Experimental designs developed for research to evaluate
the efficacy of solarization in combination with supplementary treatments for
the management of soilborne pathogens of tomato. Experimental designs developed
for research to maximize the effect of thermal accumulation under soil
solarization treatments that are compatible with standard tomato production
practices. Experiments established to assess the influence of multiple tacts
for suppression of soilborne pests in south Florida.
Collection Frequency: Ongoing research.
Update Characteristics: N/A
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Start Date: 1994-01-01Stop Date: 1996-12-31
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Phone: (772) 462-5883
Fax: (772) 462-5986
Email: TGottwald at ushrl.ars.usda.gov
USDA Agricultural Research Service U.S. Horticultural Research Laboratory Subtropical Plant Pathology Research Unit 2001 South Rock Road
City: Ft. Pierce
Province or State: Florida
Postal Code: 34945
Creation and Review Dates
Last DIF Revision Date: 2007-02-23