Evidence for a relationship between certain soil arthropods and acid scab development View Full Text


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DATE

1984-12

AUTHORS

F. E. Manzer, R. H. Storch, G. H. Sewell

ABSTRACT

Springtails and mites have been found consistently in acid scab lesions and studies have shown that these arthropods carryStreptomyces spp. both on and in their bodies. Tests with several soil-applied, systemic insecticides have shown significant control of acid scab despite having little effect on the acid scab pathogen in culture. Diazinon, a long residual insecticide, gave acid scab control as good as the best fungicides thus far tested as seed or soil treatments. This insecticide also was found to be almost nontoxic to the acid scab pathogen. We suggest that soil arthropods appear to be a factor in acid scab development and present circumstantial evidence suggestive of their involvement in all potato scab development. More... »

PAGES

741-746

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  • 1978-04. Fungi associated with Collembola and mites isolated from scabby potatoes in AMERICAN JOURNAL OF POTATO RESEARCH
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    TITLE

    American Journal of Potato Research

    ISSUE

    12

    VOLUME

    61

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