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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Meio Ambiente - Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2020
Type of Material: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Authors: FARIA, M. R. de
GUIMARÃES, R. A.
PINTO, F. A. M. F.
SIQUEIRA, C. da S.
SILVA, C. A.
MEDEIROS, F. H. V.
BETTIOL, W.
Additional Information: MÍRIAN RABELO DE FARIA, UFLA; RAFAELA ARAÚJO GUIMARÃES, UFLA; FELIPE AUGUSTO MORETTI FERREIRA PINTO, UFLA; CAROLINA DA SILVA SIQUEIRA, UFLA; CARLOS ALBERTO SILVA, UFLA; FLÁVIO HENRIQUE VASCONCELOS DE MEDEIROS, UFLA; WAGNER BETTIOL, CNPMA.
Title: Contribution of organic amendments to soil properties and survival of Stenocarpella on maize stalk.
Publisher: Scientia Agricola, Piracicaba, v. 77, n. 6, e20180033, 2020.
Language: Ingles
Keywords: Stenocarpella macrospora
Stalk rot
Description: Abstract: The incorporation of organic matter to the soil not only improves nutrient content, but also reduces the survival of Stenocarpella, the causal agent of stalk rot, Diplodia ear rot, and grey leaf spot, in maize stubble. We evaluated the effect of organic waste incorporation on Stenocarpella survival in maize stalks, the activity of suppressiveness-related enzymes, and nutrient contents. We conducted the assays in the municipalities of Lavras and Sete Lagoas, Minas Gerais State, Brazil. Maize stalks infested with Stenocarpella were kept in field conditions for three months after poultry litter, swine manure, fish hydrolysate, compost sewage sludge, and urea application. Infested stalks, without residue amendment, were kept on surface or incorporated into the soil, representing negative and positive controls. Stenocarpella concentration in stalks was assessed using qPCR expressed as cycle threshold number. Sewage sludge, buried stalks, and stalks retained on the surface showed reduction of pathogen inoculum. Swine manure and urea did not reduce the quantity of DNA. In the experiment conducted in Lavras, poultry litter stimulated ?-glucosidase, urease and hydrolysis of fluorescein diacetate activities when compared to the negative control. Sewage sludge, poultry litter, and swine manure increased Ca in the soil by 44 %, 38 % and 36 %, respectively, in the experiment conducted in Lavras. Poultry litter increased Ntotal three months after application. The results indicate that organic wastes are promising in improving nutrient content, activity of hydrolysis-related enzymes, but Stenocarpella inoculum dynamics should be taken into consideration when deciding on the specific organic amendment.
Thesagro: Matéria Orgânica
Solo
Podridão do Caule
Milho
Zea Mays
Adubo de Esgoto
Uréia
Esterco
NAL Thesaurus: Corn
Stem rot
Soil conditioners
Organic matter
Disease control
Stenocarpella maydis
organic matter
Data Created: 2020-04-29
ISSN: 1678-992X
Appears in Collections:Artigo em periódico indexado (CNPMA)

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