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Soil Environment and Soil-borne Plant Pathogen Causing Root Rot Disease of Ginseng
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Soil Environment and Soil-borne Plant Pathogen Causing Root Rot Disease of Ginseng
Shin, Ji-Hoon; Yun, Byung-Dae; Kim, Hye-Jin; Kim, Si-Ju; Chung, Doug-Young;
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 Abstract
Disease is the major problem in ginseng cultivation from seed stratification, soil preparation prior to planting, right through to drying of the roots. There are many soil-borne disease pathogen in rhizosphere soil environment, furthermore occurrence of diseases by a diverse group of fungi and related organisms are closely related to various soil condition. Observable symptoms for soil-borne diseases include wilting, leaf death and leaf fall, death of branches and limbs and in severe cases death of the whole plant. The fungus Cylindrocarpon destructans is the cause of root rot characterized by a decay of the true root system in many ginseng production areas in Korea. Some pathogens are generally confined to the juvenile roots whilst others are capable of attacking older parts of the root system. However, the relation between the soil environmental characteristics and ginseng root rot by soil-borne disease pathogen is not clearly identified in ginseng field. In this paper, we reviewed soil-borne plant pathogen causing root rot disease of ginseng with respect to soil environment.
 Keywords
Root rot;Soil environment;Plant pathogenic fungi;Ginseng;
 Language
Korean
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