Hypothesis about contribution of olive history to soil-borne parasite communities

Considering olive protection, plant-parasitic nematodes (PPN) and plant-pathogenic fungi (PPF) control strategies appear to be developed in each Mediterranean producing country according to their own constraints, depending above all on the parasite diversity encountered in each of them.
Despite their high quality, researches conducted on plant resistance and biocontrol would lead to empirical results and practices if they are not based on knowledge about the diversity of PPN and PPF communities and of their associated antagonists.



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