Role of anaerobic bacteria in biological soil disinfestation for elimination of soil-borne plant pathogens in agriculture

@article{Ueki2018RoleOA,
  title={Role of anaerobic bacteria in biological soil disinfestation for elimination of soil-borne plant pathogens in agriculture},
  author={A. Ueki and N. Kaku and K. Ueki},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2018},
  volume={102},
  pages={6309-6318}
}
Biological soil disinfestation (BSD) or reductive soil disinfestation (RSD) is an environmental biotechnology to eliminate soil-borne plant pathogens based on functions of indigenous microbes. BSD treatments using different types of organic materials have been reported to effectively control a wide range of plant pathogens. Various studies have shown that development of reducing or anoxic conditions in soil is the most important aspect for effective BSD treatments. Substances such as organic… Expand
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