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... breakdown of nasty chemicals used on lawns as well as reduce soil compaction while facilitating beneficial microorganisms. In any natural undisturbed forest we have visited, where things go right for trees, we ... turn cellulose into sugar. They also serve as water reservoirs as well as shelters for beneficial fungi. When we have many organisms connected we call that a eco-system. Eco-art ...
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NURSE LOGS
... their associates during dry spells. Yes, the rotten log acts as a big sponge would. Microorganisms associated with the tree extend the connection into the nurse logs. Another way is that ... the tree. (See below *) The log will also offer a winter resource for shelter for beneficial microorganisms. Where do they go? They are best placed somewhere in the root zone area of ...
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CIDSAV - UdG
... use of plant-pathogen model systems for testing antimicrobial compounds Isolation, characterization and improvement of beneficial microorganisms to be used as biocontrol agents of plant diseases or for plant growth promotion catalą ...
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CIDSAV - UdG
... noguera per a fruita. Tarragona, october 2000. European COST830 workshop on Selection strategies for plant-beneficial microorganisms. Nancy (France), 2000. The 10th International Conference on Plant Pathogenic Bacteria (PPB 2000). Prince Edward ...
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6- Integrated Control Research:
... . 1994. Effect of some biocontrol agents against Rhizoctonia disease of broad bean on some other beneficial microorganisms (Rhizobium legumonsarum bv. viceae). Menofia J. Agric. Res. Vol. 19. No. 6(1): 2873-2882 ...
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APGA | View Post
... through applying organic fertilizers. They will also help manage plant diseases by the use of beneficial microorganisms and experience the insectaries responsible for the balanced insect ecology of the garden. Finally they ...
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Institute of Field & Garden Crops
... and soil improvement is investigated and procedures for the enrichment of the root zone with beneficial microorganisms are developed. Seed quality and health, variety assessment, cultivar purity and matters of intellectual property ...
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Polskie Towarzystwo Fitopatologiczne
... perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) infection. In: of the 3rd Conference on Harmful and Beneficial Microorganisms in Grassland, Pastures and Turf, Soest (Germany), 26 September 2000: 119-122. Pańka D ... of red fescue (Festuca rubra L.). Proceedings of the 3rd Conference on Harmful and Beneficial Microorganisms in Grassland, Pastures and Turf, Soest (Germany), 26 September 2000: 115-118. Lemańczyk G ...
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ETH - Plant Pathology - Selecting wheat varieties for boosting beneficial soil bacteria to stabilize yield and plant health in low-input and organic cropping systems
... plant fitness and yield by root colonizing microorganisms is of special value in low-input or organic wheat production. Beneficial soil bacteria such as certain Pseudomonas and ... beneficial microorganisms are largely unknown. Therefore, the main goal of this project is to obtain essential information about the impact of wheat genotypes on the frequency and genetic diversity of beneficial ...
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Open Directory - Business: Agriculture and Forestry: Biologicals
... supplements for livestock, horses. Organic fertilizers. Eco-Grow New Zealand Limited - Supplier of microorganisms and bacterias for use in all forms of agriculture. Offering sole import ... to populate the rhizopshere with beneficial microorganisms. Neogen Europe - Suppliers of reagents, rapid test kits and services for the detection of plant pathogens, microorganisms and toxins. Neudorff - Supplier ...
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