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2006
Volume 9
Issue 4
Topic:
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Pacholak E. , Rutkowski K. , Zydlik Z. , Zachwieja M. 2006. EFFECT OF SOIL FATIGUE PREVENTION METHOD ON THE MICROBIOLOGICAL SOIL STATUS IN REPLANTED APPLE TREE ORCHARD PART I. NUMBER OF NEMATODES, EJPAU 9(4), #54.
Available Online: http://www.ejpau.media.pl/volume9/issue4/abs-54.html

EFFECT OF SOIL FATIGUE PREVENTION METHOD ON THE MICROBIOLOGICAL SOIL STATUS IN REPLANTED APPLE TREE ORCHARD PART I. NUMBER OF NEMATODES

Eugeniusz Pacholak1, Krzysztof Rutkowski1, Zofia Zydlik2, Marcin Zachwieja1
1 Department of Pomology, University of Agriculture in Poznan, Poland
2 Department of Pomology, Pozna˝ University of Life Sciences, Poland

 

ABSTRACT



The studies were carried out in orchard of the Agricultural and Pomicultural Experimental Farm in Przybroda owned by the Agricultural University of Pozna˝.

On the area of the replanted orchard, the occurrence of 8 nematode families or types was identified in a very diversified number. Temik was the only one that limited significantly number of nematodes both from the genus Pratylenchus and from the other genera and families. The total number of nematodes depended on the applied soil moisture level. The most safe locality under apple-tree orchard regarding the number of harmful nematodes was a soil where apple trees never had been grown before.

Key words: apple trees, replant soil, nematoda.


Eugeniusz Pacholak
Department of Pomology,
University of Agriculture in Poznan, Poland
159 D▒browskiego Street, 60-594 Poznan, Poland
Phone (+48 61) 848 79 48

Krzysztof Rutkowski
Department of Pomology,
University of Agriculture in Poznan, Poland
159 D▒browskiego Street, 60-594 Poznan, Poland
Phone (+48 61) 848 79 48

Zofia Zydlik
Department of Pomology, Pozna˝ University of Life Sciences, Poland
ul. D▒browskiego 159
60-594 Pozna˝, Poland
email: zydlik@au.poznan.pl

Marcin Zachwieja
Department of Pomology,
University of Agriculture in Poznan, Poland
159 D▒browskiego Street, 60-594 Poznan, Poland

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