Field Application of Brassicaceous Amendments for Control of Soilborne Pests and Pathogens

Fig. 6. Effect of brassicaceous amendment on percent reduction of Fusarium spp. bindweed and citrus nematode at 30 cm during 2001, Davis, CA. Percent reduction is expressed as a percentage of the untarped control. Each bar is the mean of four replications. Reduction in pest survival between treatments was significantly different for bindweed (P < 0.05) and the citrus nematode (P < 0.01), but not for Fusarium spp. (P < 0.10), A star above a bar indicates lack of difference with the untarped control (P < 0.10) according to Tukey’s adjustment for multiple comparison test.



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Field Application of Brassicaceous Amendments for Control of Soilborne Pests and Pathogens