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Tomatenloof met phytophthora bij compost?


Bertus

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Een interessante en duidelijke reactie op een amerikaans forum:

It's not generally a good idea to compost infected tomato or potato debris though Phytophthora infestans (Late Blight) actually needs a living host to survive and the asexually produced zoospores are fragile, easily killed by freezing temperatures or high temperatures.

If there are both A1 and A2 mating types present, there is a chance of them reproducing sexually, the oospores from that mating have a very thick protective wall that allows them to survive in soil for years. That has happened in some parts of Europe.

Potgrond, de basis van nen bloemenwinkel!

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