2008 journal article

Trichoderma communities in soils from organic, sustainable, and conventional farms, and their relation with Southern blight of tomato

SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY, 40(5), 1124–1136.

By: B. Liu n, D. Glenn* & K. Buckley n

author keywords: Trichoderma spp.; organic and conventional; dilution plating; DGGE; DNA sequence analysis; canonical correspondence analysis (CCA)
TL;DR: Investigation of the relationship between propagule numbers and genetic diversity of Trichoderma species and Southern blight of tomato caused by soilborne plant pathogen Sclerotium rolfsii in soils with long-term organic, sustainable, and conventional farms suggested that the difference of soil suppressiveness to disease from organic,ustainable, andventional farms is due to the difference the total microbial diversity. (via Semantic Scholar)
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