Correlation between disease occurrences and microbial community structure by application of organic materials in pepperopen access
- Cho, G.; Kim, S.-H.; Lee, Y.-B.; Kwak, Y.-S.
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- The Korean Science & Technology Center
- Microbial agent; Microbiome; Organic farming
- Research in Plant Disease, v.26, no.4, pp.202 - 209
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- Research in Plant Disease
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- Organic farming is necessary to sustainable agriculture, preserve biodiversity and continued growth the sector in agriculture. In organic farming, reduced usage of chemical agents that adversely affect human health and environment, employing amino acids and oil cake fertilizer, plant extracts, and microbial agents are used to provide safe agricultural products to consumers. To investigation microbiome structure, we proceeded on the pepper plant with difference fertilizers and treatments in organic agriculture for three years. The microbial communities were analyzed by the next generation sequencing approach. Difference soil microbiota communities were discovered base on organic fertilizer agents. Occurrences of virus and anthracnose diseases had a low incidence in conventional farming, whereas bacteria wilt disease had a low incidence in microbial agents treated plots. Microbe agents, which applied in soil, were detected in the microbial community and the funding suggested the applied microbes successfully colonized in the organic farming environment. ? The Korean Society of Plant Pathology.
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