Volume 35, Issue 5
May 1952, pages 181-224
pp 181-208 May 1952
pp 209-213 May 1952
A study has been made on the effects of micro-element amendments on the saprophytic habits of Fusaria.
In all the series of micro-element amendments, the extent and progress of colonisation by species ofFusarium were observed to be markedly diminished, whereas in the unamended control there was 100% colonisation.
The loss of viability ofFusarium vasinfectum from infected cotton stubbles buried in micro-element amended soils was observed to be hastened considerably over the control especially in the case of Al, Li, B, Mn and Zn, Zn being the most efficient.
pp 214-224 May 1952