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Review on microbial communities in disease suppression.....

 
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"Harnessing the potential of the microbiome indigenous to agricultural soils for disease suppression through application of specific management strategies has long been a goal of plant pathologists. Although this tactic also possesses limitation, our enhanced understanding of functional attributes of suppressive soil systems through application of community and metagenomic analysis methods provide opportunity to devise effective resource management schemes. As these microbial communities in large part are fostered by the resources endemic to soil and the rhizosphere, substrate mediated recruitment of disease-suppressive microbiomes constitutes a practical means to foster their establishment in crop production systems."

As this appears to be an open-access article, decided to post it here:  http://apsjournals.apsnet.org/doi/full/10.1094/PHYTO-09-16-0330-RVW
 
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Nice site John, Several good papers there, all can be saved or printed as PDF files. Thanks for sharing.

Note: as of January 2018 this is now a pay to view paper.

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