Fig. 1. Control effect (A) and symptoms of gray mold disease caused by Botrytis squamosa on Chlorella fusca treated (B) and untreated (C) Chinese chives leaves after treated with 0.4% C. fusca at two weeks intervals in winter season organic farms in Hongcheon. *Correlation is significant at P < 0.05, **Correlation is significant at P < 0.01.
Fig. 2. Comparison of growth, weight and leaves number of 0.4% Chlorella fusca (A, C, E) and conventional (B, D, F) treated summer season spinach in 2017.
Table 4. Effect of green algae, 0.4% Chlorella fusca (CF) on the mineral content of spinach leaves in organic farm
Table 1. Improving of growth and marketble value of the winter season organic Chinese chives treated with 0.4% Chlorella fusca (CF) in Hongcheon in 2017
Table 2. Effect of green algae, 0.4% Chlorella fusca (CF) on improving of yield of the winter season Chinese chives in five organic farms at Hongcheon
Table 3. Improving of plant growth and yield of summer season organic spinach treated with 0.4% Chlorella fusca (CF) in Samcheok