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Suppression of Rhizome Rot in Organically Cultivated Ginger Using Integrated Pest Management
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  • Journal title : Research in Plant Disease
  • Volume 21, Issue 3,  2015, pp.215-221
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Plant Pathology
  • DOI : 10.5423/RPD.2015.21.3.215
 Title & Authors
Suppression of Rhizome Rot in Organically Cultivated Ginger Using Integrated Pest Management
Shim, Chang-Ki; Kim, Min-Jeong; Kim, Yong-Ki; Hong, Sung-Jun; Park, Jong-Ho; Han, Eun-Jung; Kim, Suk-Chul;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to control ginger rhizome rot treated with the combined treatment, the hairy vetch, carbonized rice husk and eggshell calcium in organic ginger farm. Early symptoms of leaf yellowing and plant wilt began in the chemical fertilizer treatment on July 1. Ginger rhizome rot was more progressed on October 2, and stem browning and dead plant showed a high disease incidence with from 36.7% to 43.0%. On the other hand, the combined treatment did not occur at all until July 1 and delayed the disease incidence to October 2. It showed a low disease incidence of 1.3% to 1.7%. In the combined treatment, the content of soil Na, Fe, Cu was decreased and organic matter was increased twice with 31.6% than previous. Population density of Pythium sp. is lower in the combined treatment ( than the chemical fertilizer treatments (). The combined treatment, hairy vetch, carbonized rice husk and the eggshell calcium is able to control the ginger rhizome rot in organically cultivated ginger field.
 Keywords
Carbonized rice husk;Egg shell calcium;Ginger rhizome rot;Hairy vetch;Organic farming;
 Language
Korean
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