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1994. "Suppressing disease in field crops". BioCycle. July. p. 60-61. W. ). 1982. Suppressive Soils and Plant Disease. The American Phytopathological Society. St. Paul, MN. 88 p. , and Elaine R. Ingham. 1997. "Conventional organic alternatives to methyl bromide on California strawberries". Compost Science and Utilization. Spring. p. 23-37. 3 Role of Soil Macrofauna Soil macrofauna consists of a large number of different organisms that live on the soil surface, in the soil spaces (pores) and in the soil area near roots.
The Nature and Practice of Biological Control of Plant Pathogens. APS Press, St. Paul, MN. W. ). Soilborne Plant Pathogens: Management of Diseases with Macro- and Microelements. American Phytopathological Society. 217 p. Hudson, Berman D. 1994. "Soil organic matter and available water capacity". Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. March-April. p. 189-194. jackson, Willic1nL R. 1993. Organic Soil ConditIOning. jackson Research Center, Evergreen, CO. QS7 p. J. Nitzche. RotatIOn periods suggested to help control vegetable diseases.
The physical and chemical parameters of the soil that was used to make the biostructures are also important as they determine the resistance and persistence of these structures. The sum of structures deposited over time by these organisms have specific textural, structural and architectural properties that influence the physical-chemical properties of soil and the smaller fauna and microflora thdt live in this environment. ) that have been accumulated by soil organisms can be colonised by rather specific communities of microorganisms, other invertebrates and possibly roots.