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World Journal of Agricultural Research. 2017, 5(1), 5-8
DOI: 10.12691/wjar-5-1-2
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Effect of Biocontrol, Physical Control and Compost on Tomato Plants that Infected with Fusarium wilt under Greenhouse Conditions

Hussein Ali Salim1, , Basheer Nsaif Jasim1, Ali Dhumad Kadhim2, Iman Sahib Salman1 and Abdalsalam Awni Abdalbaki1

1Ministry of Agriculture

2Ministry of Science and Technology

Pub. Date: December 12, 2016

Cite this paper:
Hussein Ali Salim, Basheer Nsaif Jasim, Ali Dhumad Kadhim, Iman Sahib Salman and Abdalsalam Awni Abdalbaki. Effect of Biocontrol, Physical Control and Compost on Tomato Plants that Infected with Fusarium wilt under Greenhouse Conditions. World Journal of Agricultural Research. 2017; 5(1):5-8. doi: 10.12691/wjar-5-1-2

Abstract

The objective of this paper was to evaluate the efficacy of Trichoderma harzianum, Spent mushroom compost and carbendazim 50 % W.P with solarized and unsolarized soil to promote some of plant growth parameters of tomato plants infested with Fusarium wilt disease under in vivo conditions. The application of T. harzianum with spent mushroom compost exhibited the maximum number of fruits per plant after 150 days. Also tomato plants treated with carbendazim showed a significant stimulatory effect on weight of five fruits per replicate (g) of tomato plants by 132.50 g and increased the cost benefit ratio by 2.57 followed by treatment of T. harzianum by 2.31 in comparison with treatment of F. oxysorum alone.

Keywords:
Trichoderma harzianum Carbendazim spent mushroom compost solarized soil

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