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ISHS Acta Horticulturae 324: Symposium on Soil Sickness and Replant Diseases in Fruit Trees

INVESTIGATIONS ON THE AGROBIOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS IN SWEET CHERRY REPLANT DISEASE

Authors:   V. Aldea, C. Parnia
Abstract:
The population of bacteria and fungi in rhizosphere of sweet cherry trees planted after sweet cherry was much lower compared with sweet cherry trees planted after annual crops. Mycorrhizae were least developed in rhizodermae of sweet cherry seedlings planted after sweet cherry, plum or apple. This study indicates that replant problem is not due to the presence of microorganisms in the soil but to the physiological disorder of these microorganisms.
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