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2006
Volume 9
Issue 4
Topic:
Horticulture
ELECTRONIC
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AGRICULTURAL
UNIVERSITIES
Zydlik Z. , Rutkowski K. , Pacholak E. 2006. EFFECT OF SOIL FATIGUE PREVENTION METHODS ON MICROBIOLOGICAL SOIL STATUS IN REPLANTED APPLE TREE ORCHARD. Part III. NUMBER OF FUNGI AND ACTINOMYCETES, EJPAU 9(4), #58.
Available Online: http://www.ejpau.media.pl/volume9/issue4/abs-58.html

EFFECT OF SOIL FATIGUE PREVENTION METHODS ON MICROBIOLOGICAL SOIL STATUS IN REPLANTED APPLE TREE ORCHARD. PART III. NUMBER OF FUNGI AND ACTINOMYCETES

Zofia Zydlik1, Krzysztof Rutkowski2, Eugeniusz Pacholak2
1 Department of Pomology, Pozna˝ University of Life Sciences, Poland
2 Department of Pomology, University of Agriculture in Poznan, Poland

 

ABSTRACT



The objective of studies was estimation of the number of fungi and actinomycetes as relate to the methods of replant disease prevention in the conditions of diversified soil moisture. The number of fungi and actinomycetes in the soil of replanted orchard was related to the date of sampling, combination of the irrigation soil and disease prevention methods. The number of fungi and actinomycetes was different according to the date of soil sampling (spring or autumn). The applied methods of replantation disease prevention as well as irrigation had an effect on the number of fungi and actinomycetes.

Key words: apple tree, replant soil, fungi, Actinomycetes.


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

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

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

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