Controlling Pythium and Associated Pests in Ginger

  • 28 pages

  • Published: 11 Nov 2011

  • Author(s): Abbas, Rob , Smith, Mike

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This RIRDC report describes a research project aimed at identifying treatments that ginger growers can use to control two serious soil-borne pathogens that threaten the viability of the ginger industry, Pythium myriotylum (responsible for a severe rhizome rot) and symphylids (wingless soil arthropods).

This report is targeted towards the Australian ginger industry and agronomists involved in the industry.