Strawberry production

Production Guidelines; Verticillium wilt of Strawberry

T R Gordon, Krishna V. Subbarao. California Strawberry Commission. 2007. 1-4

Disease suppression

Berg G, Fritze A, Roskot N, Smalla K. (2001) Evaluation of potential biocontrol rhizobacteria from different host plants of Verticillium dahliae Kleb. J Appl Microbiol 91:963–971.

Bonanomi, G., V. Antignani, M. Capodilupo and F. Scala (2010) “Identifying the characteristics of organic soil amendments that suppress soilborne plant diseases.” Soil Biology and Biochemistry 42(2): 136-144.

Hoitink Haj, Fahy Pc, 1986. BASIS FOR THE CONTROL OF SOILBORNE PLANT-PATHOGENS WITH COMPOSTS. Annual Review of Phytopathology 24, 93-114.

Janvier, C., F. Villeneuve, C. Alabouvette, V. Edel-Hermann, T. Mateille and C. Steinberg (2007) “Soil health through soil disease suppression: Which strategy from descriptors to indicators?” Soil Biology & Biochemistry 39(1): 1-23.

Hoitink Haj, Boehm Mj, 1999. Biocontrol within the context of soil microbial communities: A substrate-dependent phenomenon. Annual Review of Phytopathology 37, 427-46.

Mazzola, M. (2004) “Assessment and management of soil microbial community structure for disease suppression.” Annual Review of Phytopathology 42: 35-59.

Noble R, Coventry E, 2005. Suppression of soil-borne plant diseases with composts: A review. Biocontrol Science and Technology 15, 3-20.

Termorshuizen Aj, Van Rijn E, Van Der Gaag Dj, et al., 2006. Suppressiveness of 18 composts against 7 pathosystems: Variability in pathogen response. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 38, 2461-77.

Weller DM, Raaijmakers JM, McSpad- den Gardener BB, Thomashow LS. 2002. Microbial populations responsible for specific suppression to plant pathogens. Annu. Rev. Phytopathol. 40:309–48

Diseases and pathogens

R G Bhat, K V Subbarao, R G Bhat. Phytopathology. 1999. Vol. 89, Iss. 12; 1218-1225

Fradin Ef, Thomma B, 2006. Physiology and molecular aspects of Verticillium wilt diseases caused by V-dahliae and V-albo-atrum. Molecular Plant Pathology 7, 71-86.

Gordon Tr, Kirkpatrick Sc, Hansen J, Shaw Dv, 2006. Response of strawberry genotypes to inoculation with isolates of Verticillium dahliae differing in host origin. Plant Pathology 55, 766-9.

Tenuta M, Lazarovits G. 2002. Ammonia and nitrous acid from nitrogenous amendments kill the microsclerotia of Verticillium dahliae. Phytopathology 92:255–64

Strawberry Industry

Fennimore Sa, Duniway Jm, Browne Gt, et al., 2008. Methyl bromide alternatives evaluated for California strawberry nurseries. California Agriculture 62, 62-7.

Wilhelm, S., and Paulus, A. O. 1980. How soil fumigation benefits the California strawberry industry. Plant Dis. 64:264-270.

Methyl bromide phaseout

Duniway Jm, 2002. Status of chemical alternatives to methyl bromide for pre-plant fumigation of soil. Phytopathology 92, 1337-43.

Goodhue Re, Fennimore Sa, Ajwa Ha, 2005. The economic importance of methyl bromide: Does the California strawberry industry qualify for a critical use exemption from the methyl bromide ban? Review of Agricultural Economics 27, 198-211.

Noling, J. W. 2002. The practical realities of alternatives to methyl bromide: Concluding remarks. Phytopathology 92:1373-1375.

Methyl bromide alternatives

Fennimore Sa, Haar Mj, Ajwa Ha, 2003. Weed control in strawberry provided by shank- and drip-applied methyl bromide alternative fumigants. Hortscience 38, 55-61.