Nonchemical management of soilborne pests in fresh market vegetable production systems.

@article{Chellemi2002NonchemicalMO,
  title={Nonchemical management of soilborne pests in fresh market vegetable production systems.},
  author={Dan O. Chellemi},
  journal={Phytopathology},
  year={2002},
  volume={92 12},
  pages={1367-72}
}
ABSTRACT Nonchemical methods including host resistance, organic amendments, crop rotation, soil solarization, and cultural practices have been used to control soilborne pests in fresh market vegetable production systems. Their suitability as alternatives to methyl bromide will depend on the approach to pest management used by the grower. Traditionally, methyl bromide is used in production systems that rely on the single application of a broad-spectrum biocide to disinfest soils prior to… CONTINUE READING

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