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Nathan Shoaf, Lori Hoagland, and Daniel S. Egel

. Joseph (eds.). Biochar for environmental management – Science and Technology. 2nd ed. Earthscan, London, UK Kao, C.W. Ko, W.H. 1986 The role of calcium and microorganisms in suppression of cucumber damping-off caused by Pythium splendens in a Hawaiian

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Jongtae Lee, Byeonggyu Min, Heedae Kim, Juyeon Kim, Young-Seok Kwon, and George E. Boyhan

-borne diseases, including damping-off, because of frequent irrigation. In mid October to early November, heavy rain could delay field preparation and transplanting work, subsequently causing poor root establishment. Delayed transplanting is one of the main causes

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Diane Feliciano Cayanan, Ping Zhang, Weizhong Liu, Mike Dixon, and Youbin Zheng

Asaka, O. Shoda, M. 1996 Biocontrol of Rhizoctonia solani damping-off of tomato with Bacillus subtilis RB14 Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 62 4081 4085 Ben-Yephet, Y. Nelson, E.B. 1999 Differential suppression of damping-off caused by Pythium

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Toshio Shibuya, Kaori Itagaki, Motoaki Tojo, Ryosuke Endo, and Yoshiaki Kitaya

occurrence of Phytophthora damping off HortScience 37 78 81 Khanam, N.N. Ueno, M. Kihara, J. Honda, Y. Arase, S. 2005 Suppression of red light-induced resistance in broad beans to Botrytis cinerea by salicylic acid Physiol. Mol. Plant Pathol. 66 20 29 Kozai

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Tina P. Thomas, Madhurababu Kunta, John V. da Graça, Mamadou Sétamou, Mani Skaria, and Apurba Bhattacharya

the citrus plant causing root rot, gummosis, and foot rot of the trunk; damping-off of seedlings; leaf blight; and brown rot of fruit. The use of resistant rootstock is an effective way to control Phytophthora infection. Quantitative evaluation of

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Ping Li, Dong Liu, Min Guo, Yuemin Pan, Fangxin Chen, Huajian Zhang, and Zhimou Gao

The oomycete plant pathogen, Phytophthora capsici , first described by Leon H. Leonian at the New Mexico Agricultural Research Station, is distributed globally and is a critical threat to vegetable production as a cause of damping-off, foliar

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Kaori Ando, Sue Hammar, and Rebecca Grumet

.g., damping-off on processing pumpkin and fruit rot on cucumber). It is favored by wet and warm environments and can spread with water such as rain splash or irrigation. The symptoms observed during the disease progression of P. capsici -infected fruit are a

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Dario J. Chavez, Eileen A. Kabelka, and José X. Chaparro

stage, producing damping-off, root rot, crown rot, foliar blight, and fruit rot symptoms ( Hausbeck and Lamour, 2004 ). Losses resulting from P. capsici in commercial production can reach 100%. Chemical, cultural, and mechanical practices have been

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Xiuling Tian and Youbin Zheng

level on biological control of rhizoctonia damping-off of radish induced by Flavobacterium balustinum 299 and Trichoderma hamatum 328 Phytopathology 87 S55 Margolles-Clark, E. Hayes, C.K. Harman, G.E. Penttila, M. 1996 Improved production of

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Patricia Millner, Sara Reynolds, Xiangwu Nou, and Donald Krizek

.L. Beemer H.L. Jr Vegetable farming systems in China Westview Press Boulder, CO Scheuerell, S.J. Mahaffee, W.F. 2004 Compost tea as a container medium drench for suppressing seedling damping-off caused by Pythium ultimum Phytopathology 94 1156 1163