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Author(s):Torello, William A.; Gunner, Haim B.; Coler, Ming
Title:Biological disease control in golf turf: A unique approach utilizing newly developed carrier technology for a new anti-pathogenic activity bacterium
Section:Turfgrass management research projects
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Meeting Info.:Amherst, MA: June 23, 1999
Source:Turfgrass Field Day [Massachusetts]. 1999, p. 25.
# of Pages:1
Publishing Information:Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Biological control; Disease control; Microorganisms; Diseases; Bacteria; Soil amendments; Soil microorganisms; Application methods
Abstract/Contents:Discusses a project designed to "develop a totally unique and efficient 'carrier system' to inoculate and maintain populations of disease inhibiting microorganisms to prevent a host of turf diseases" and to "characterize an extremely promising species of bacteria (APAB) for disease prevention applications." Results indicate that "the carrier system currently being developed has been shown, in preliminary work, to provide extremely large populations of APAB to turf with the very important added characteristic of maintaining these populations for relatively long periods of time in the turf/soil ecosystem."
Language:English
References:0
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Torello, W. A., H. B. Gunner, and M. Coler. 1999. Biological disease control in golf turf: A unique approach utilizing newly developed carrier technology for a new anti-pathogenic activity bacterium. Turfgrass Field Day [Massachusetts]. p. 25.
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