Phosphite and its potential to control P.cinnamomi in natural plant communities and adjacent rehabilitated minesites in Western Australia
Hardy, G.E.St.J. (2000) Phosphite and its potential to control P.cinnamomi in natural plant communities and adjacent rehabilitated minesites in Western Australia. In: First International Meeting on Phytophthoras in Forest and Wildland Ecosystems - Phytophthora Diseases of Forest Trees, IUFRO Working Party 7.02.09, August 30 – September 3, 1999, Grants Pass, Oregon USA pp. 82-86.
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To date the majority of work on the systemic fungicide phosphite (phosphonate) to control Phytophthora diseases has been conducted on horticultural crops. There is a paucity of work on the control of Phytophthora root and collar rots in natural plant communities. This paper gives an overview of studies conducted in Western Australia which examine the potential of using phosphite in plant communities rich in diversity and heavily impacted by Phytophthora cinnamomi. Details are given on possible beneficial and detrimental effects of using phosphite in natural plant communities to control P. cinnamomi.
|Publication Type:||Conference Paper|
|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Biological Sciences and Biotechnology
Centre for Phytophthora Science and Management
|Publisher:||Forest Research Laboratory, Oregon State University|
|Copyright:||Copyright © 2000 by Oregon State University|
|Notes:||Phytophthora Diseases of Forest Trees. Proceedings of the "First International Meeting on Phytophthora's in Forest and Wildland Ecosystems" (Hansen, EM and Sutton, W, eds) 30th Aug. – 3rd Sept. 1999, Grants Pass, Oregon.|
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