Tanah Supresif dalam Praktik Pengelolaan Penyakit Tumbuhan

Hadiwiyono Hadiwiyono


Title : Suppressive Soil in Practices of Plant Disease Management. A lot of plant disease is caused by soilborne pathogens which various damage symptom and loss of the crop. In some fields, the disease intensity was severe, in some other fields however the disease was suppressive. The second phenomenon is called suppressive soil. The suppressive soil is a natural biological control that is usefull as basis in developing control of the soilborne pathogens. In the practice, the disease control based on the suppressive soil could be accomplished by habitat management through technique culture practices to enhance activity of the endogenous biological control agents and or introduction one or more antagonists from endogenouse or exogenous microbes. The disease control has many advantages such save in the environment and enhance the product value due to the acceptance in the global market. It implicats that the disease control approach is compatible with concept of the integrated pest management (IPM) and sustainable agriculture system. Keywords: biological control, integrated pest management, suppressive soil

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15608%2Fstjssa.v7i1.50

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