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- Shen, Guihua, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Applied microbiology and biotechnology 2018 v.102 no.22 pp. 9781-9791
- Aeromicrobium; Pseudoxanthomonas; bacterial communities; bacterial wilt; biochar; continuous cropping; crops; disease control; disease incidence; oyster shells; rhizosphere; soil acidification; soil amendments; soil bacteria; soil pH; tobacco
- ... Application of soil amendments has been wildly used to increase soil pH and control bacterial wilt. However, little is known about causal shifts in the rhizosphere microbial community of crops, especially when the field naturally harbors the disease of bacterial wilt to tobacco for many years due to long-term continuous cropping and soil acidification. In this study, biochar (CP), lime (LM), oyste ...