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Home Publications Seed and Seedling Diseases in the Western US Alternative Technologies for Management of Soil-borne Diseases in Bareroot Forest Nurseries in the United States

Alternative Technologies for Management of Soil-borne Diseases in Bareroot Forest Nurseries in the United States

Most U.S. bareroot nurseries rely on chemical fumigation to reduce levels of soil-borne pathogenic fungi, nematodes, weeds, and insects. Soils are routinely fumigated every 2-3 years at approximately 90% of u.s. bareroot nurseries (Fraedrich 1993)


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