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Antagonists and Competitors in the Soil. Practical success in using a particular strain (no. 84) of Agrobacterium radiobacter to control crown gall (A. tumefaciens) has been reported from many countries. Several companies are now distributing commercial preparations, mostly as finely ground peat, for application to barerooted plants, graft unions, and cuttings of apple, pear, stone-fruit, raspberry, rose, chrysanthemum, and some other ornamentals. Seed treatment of apple and peach by dipping in water suspensions of strain 84 has also given good results (Moore 1979).
Effects of shade on development of diseases in some tropical crops Crop Disease Pathogen Country Effect of shade References Coffee Rust Hemileia vastatrix Rust Hemileia vastatrix Coffee Coffeeberry disease Leaf spot Pink disease Wilt Colletotrichum cofJeanum Shade favours diseases Shade favours diseases Shade favours diseases Schieber (1975) Coffee Brazil Kenya Nicaragua Coffee Africa Cercospora coffeicola Central Corticium America salmonicolor Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. coffeae Cocoa Canker Ceratocystis fimbriata Worldwide Cocoa Leaf blight Colletotrichum gloeosporioides Ghana Cocoa Pod rot Phytophthora palmivora West Africa Cocoa Mistletoe Tapinanthus bangwensis Ghana Cocoa Die-back Oilpalms Seedling blast Tea Rubber Citrus Blister blight Powdery mildew Withertip Uganda Pythium splendens Rhizoctonia lamellifera Exobasidium vexans Oidium sp.
1 Soil and the Growth of Underground Organs of the Crop The suitability of a soil for unimpeded root growth, one of the essentials in the development of a healthy crop, and for formation of underground yield components, is determined by its texture, depth, composition, and reaction. All of these are to some extent amenable to change by cultural practices. 1 Texture and Depth The texture of soil depends on the composition and fineness of its mineral components, as well as on the amount and composition of organic matter it contains.