A Note of the Effect of Rotation on the Persistence of Fusarium exysporum. F. sp. Vasinfectum

No Thumbnail Available
Date
1994
Authors
Yassin, A.
Ebdri, G.A.
Journal Title
Journal ISSN
Volume Title
Publisher
Faculty of Agriculture, University of Khartoum, Shambat, Sudan
Abstract
A glasshouse experiment was conducted in the Gezira Research Station (Sudan) between Dec. 1991 and Dec. 1992. The objective was to study the effect of growing Shambat-B (a cotton variety resistant to fusarium wilt), for some time, on the degree of infection of the variety Barakat-82 (a susceptible variety). The results indicated that growing a highly resistant cotton cultivar to fusarium wilt, e.g., Shambat-B, in infective soil for about 10-12 months can, to a great extent, reduce the inoculum potential of the soil.
Description
Page(s): 2 (2), 161-164, 3 Ref.
Keywords
Gezira Research Station, glasshouse, cotton cultivar, Shambat
Citation