Vegetation and Soil Management in Fruit Production (Methyl Bromide Alternatives)Entry ID: USDA0536
Abstract: 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 competition, root development and plant
growth. Also to develop knowledge of rhizosphere interactions
with plant growth and productivity of fruit crops. This research
evaluates cover crop species and ... organic amendment effects on
soil diseases and weeds as alternatives to methyl bromide.
Collection Organization: USDA Agricultural Research Service
Collection Methodology: Evaluates cover crop species and organic
amendment effects on soil diseases and weeds as a substitute for
methyl bromide and to control excessive plant growth.
Collection Frequency: Ongoing.
Update Characteristics: Ongoing.
Data Center: USDA Agricultural Research Service
Dissemination Media: Data available in hard copy publications.
Access Restrictions: There are no legal restrictions to access
but the dataset is not available online.
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AGRICULTURE > AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS > PESTICIDES > METHYL BROMIDE
AGRICULTURE > AGRICULTURAL PLANT SCIENCE > CROPPING SYSTEMS
AGRICULTURE > AGRICULTURAL PLANT SCIENCE > PLANT DISEASES/DISORDERS/PESTS
AGRICULTURE > AGRICULTURAL PLANT SCIENCE > WEEDS, NOXIOUS PLANTS OR INVASIVE PLANTS
AGRICULTURE > PLANT COMMODITIES > FRUIT PRODUCTS
Quality Accepted scientific protocols.
Role: TECHNICAL CONTACT
Email: dglenn at asrr.arsusda.gov
USDA Agricultural Research Service Appalachian Fruit Research Station Production & Storage Research 45 Wiltshire Road, Room 229
Province or State: WV
Postal Code: 25430-9425
Takeda, F. 1994. Yield analysis in Eastern Thornless Blackberry.
Yang, W.Q. and Glenn, D.M. 1994. Interactions Between Vegetative
and Floral Budsin Apple and Peach. HortScience. 29:310-312.
Glenn, D.M., Kotcon, J., ad Welker, W.V. 1994. Tillage is
Necessary in Re-establishing Peach Orchards. Hort. Tech. 4:66-67.
Stutte, G.W. and Tworkoski, T.J. 1994. Rootstock and Training
System affect Dry Matter and Carbohydrate Distribution in
"Golden Delicious" Apple Trees. J. Amer. Soc. HortScience.
Creation and Review Dates
DIF Creation Date: 2005-09-12
Last DIF Revision Date: 2005-11-23