Research in Plant Disease 2011;17(1):32-37.
Published online April 30, 2011.
태양열 소독시 유기물과 석회질소 병행 처리에 의한 딸기 시들음병균 방제
남명현, 김현숙, 김홍기
Control of Fusarium Wilt of the Strawberry Caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. fragariae of Solarization with Compost and Calcium Cyanamide Application
Myeong Hyeon Nam, Hyeon Suk Kim, Hong Gi Kim
Field experiments were conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of soil solarization at the Nonsan Strawberry Experiment Station, Korea in 2006 and 2008. In in vitro tests, exposure times to achieve an LD100 of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. fragariae were 6.6 days and 5.1 days at 45℃ and 50℃, respectively. A 100% lethal temperature was 46.7±0.1℃ for the same fungus. For field trials, solarization was conducted during the summer season using polyethylene mulch in a plastic house. The organic matter+calcium cyanamide+ solarization treatment increased pH, organic matter, and calcium content compared to those before treatment in soil analysis, but no effect had an urea+solarization treatment. The temperatures at 10 cm depth were different in each treatment and the highest temperature was recorded from July 30 to August 10. The average temperature in organic matter+calcium cyanamide+solarization treatment at 10 cm depth was 3~4℃ higher than that in all the other treatments. All solarization treatments reduced the soil population of F. oxysporum f. sp. fragariae at 100% in 2008 relative to the non-treated control. All solarization treatments reduced Fusarium wilt incidence to 0% in 2006 and 2008. The effect of organic matter+calcium cyanamide+ solarization against F. oxysporum f. sp. fragariae indicates that there may be future alternatives to traditional solarization for disease control as well as reducing the time needed.
Key Words: Control, Fusarium wilt, Solarization, Strawberry

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