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A bioassay to compare the disease suppressive capacity of pasture soils
(New Zealand Plant Protection Society (Inc.), 2015)
© 2015 New Zealand Plant Protection Society (Inc.). Dynamic pathogen complexes can develop under pastures, thereby substantially reducing potential productivity. Suppression of such pathogen complexes is therefore of great ...
Impacts of long-term plant residue management on soil organic matter quality, Pseudomonas community structure and disease suppressiveness
The microbiome of grassland soils provides ecosystem services essential to plant health and productivity, including nutrient cycling and suppression of soil-borne diseases. Understanding how soil management practices affect ...
Challenges and opportunities in harnessing soil disease suppressiveness for sustainable pasture production
Grasslands are an important source of biodiversity, providing a range of essential ecosystem services such as ensuring water quality and soil carbon storage. An increasing proportion of grasslands are used for pastoral ...