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Zabihollah AZAMI-SARDOOEI , Abdolrahman Mirzaei , Farnaz Fekrat ,
year 6, Issue 1 (3-2017)

Nowadays, control of plant pathogens and weeds is more difficult and expensive than in the past. In last decades, due to adoption of inappropriate management methods and excessive use of agrochemicals, the soil fauna and flora threatened. Accordingly, many of ecologists and plant pathologists tried to find some alternative methods of pest and pathogen control. Soil solarization is of these approaches that is widely used against soil pathogens. This is an ecofriendly and safe as well as low cost and efficient method which can be used to control the plant pathogens, pests and weeds. As a part of integrated pest management program, this approach applies the ecological principles to protect the environment and reduce the hazards of pesticides. In this review, we have described the history and benefits of soil solarization and also the principles of this method

Zabihollah AZAMI-SARDOOEI, Farnaz Fekrat, Fataneh Ghalavand,
year 6, Issue 2 (9-2017)

Azami-Sardouei Z., Fekrat  F. and  Ghalavand F. 2017. A review on the application of benzothiadiazole in plant diseases management. Plant Pathology Science 6(2):33-42.

The use of plant defense activators is a novel method of plant diseases management in recent years. Benzothiadiazole (BTH), is the first synthetic plant defense activator. In general, Benzothiadiazole has no direct effect against the pathogens, but it can activate the systemic acquired resistance (SAR) in plants, against a number of plant diseases. In addition, BTH widely is used to protect the plants against a range of pathogens on wheat, tomato, bean, tobacco, lettuce, banana and pears. In overall, Benzothiadiazole can be used as a safe and reliable product for plant protection and also as an alternative for chemical pesticides, which they have hazardous effects on environment.

Meysam Azadi, Zabihollah AZAMI-SARDOOEI, Mehdi Azadvar,
year 8, Issue 2 (9-2019)

AzadiMoghadam M, AzamiSardooei Z and Azadvar M (2019) Bacterial bark canker disease of walnut tree. Plant Pathology Science 8(2):38-44. DOI: 10.2982/PPS.8.2.38

Bacterial canker disease is one of the most destructive diseases of walnut trees that causes die back and plant decline and also great damages to quality and quantity of fruits. The disease can be observed in two forms, at depth and the surface of the bark which cause by two bacteria, Brenneria nigrifluens and B. rubrifaciens, respectively. The most important way of the pathogen penetration is the wounds in the trunk and branches which are occurred due to human ‎activities or mechanical harvesting equipment. The disease becomes severe with the deep irrigation and when the nutrition is insufficient and ‎temperature and humidity are high.‎ Current paper explains history, importance, symptoms, biology, host range, sampling and isolation method also differential characteristics of bacteria and methods of disease management.

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