Tütün (Nicotiana tabacum L.)`de Görülen Yalancı Orabanş Hastalığına Karşı Bazı Organik Uygulamalar

Serpil ÖDEN, Mehmet DEMİRCİ, Tolga ZORBA

Ekoloji, 2004, Issue 51, Pages: 20-25

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Abstract

The study was carried out on the infected soil which was provided from the villages near to Akhisar, to solve the problem of False Broomrape disease, the infectious disease for tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.). It was treated with fermented horse and sheep manure, and also bread bean and stinging nettle extract (Urtica dioica L.) as green manure. In the early studies, the infected plant ratio in untreated groups was 38.0%, but in the groups which were applied stinging nettle extract, it was only 8.32%. In the second year studies, the infected plant ratio in untreated groups was 63.75%, but in the groups which were applied stinging nettle extract, it was only 37.1%. So it's understood that the nettle extract can reduce the infestation of the disease.

Keywords

False broomrape, green manure, stinging nettle extract, tobacco diseases