A coevolutionary framework for managing disease-suppressive soils.

@article{Kinkel2011ACF,
  title={A coevolutionary framework for managing disease-suppressive soils.},
  author={Linda L. Kinkel and Matthew G. Bakker and Daniel C. Schlatter},
  journal={Annual review of phytopathology},
  year={2011},
  volume={49},
  pages={47-67}
}
This review explores a coevolutionary framework for the study and management of disease-suppressive soil microbial communities. Because antagonistic microbial interactions are especially important to disease suppression, conceptual, theoretical, and empirical work on antagonistic coevolution and its relevance to disease suppression is reviewed. In addition, principles of coevolution are used to develop specific predictions regarding the drivers of disease-suppressive potential in soil microbial… CONTINUE READING

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