Suppression of Soilborne Phytopathogenic Fungi of Tomatoes via Integrated Production Systems that Utilize Biofumigation, Composted Amendments, Solarization, and Chemical Fumigants.

Project Overview

Project Type: Graduate Student
Funds awarded in 2001: $10,000.00
Projected End Date: 12/31/2002
Region: Southern
State: Tennessee
Graduate Student:
Major Professor:
Carl Sams
The University of Tennessee

Annual Reports


  • Vegetables: tomatoes


  • Crop Production: biological inoculants, cover crops, fertigation, application rate management, strip tillage, tissue analysis
  • Education and Training: demonstration
  • Pest Management: biological control, botanical pesticides, chemical control, competition, integrated pest management, mulching - plastic, prevention, row covers (for pests), soil solarization
  • Production Systems: holistic management
  • Soil Management: green manures, soil analysis, organic matter
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