Solarization
University of California
Solarization

Publications

Solarization

Deleterious activity of cultivated grasses (Poaceae) and residues on soilborne fungal, nematode and weed pests

Characterization of Antifungal Volatile Compounds Evolved from Solarization Soil Amended with Cabbage Residues

Effect of Chicken Compost or Ammonium Phosphate and Solarization on Pathogen Control, Rhizophere Microorganisms, and Lettuce Growth

Effect of Soil Solarization on Populations of Selected Soilborne Microorganisms and Growth of Deciduous Fruit Tree Seedlings

High Temperature Solarization for Production of Weed-Free Container Soils and Potting Mixes

Interaction Effects of Allium spp. Residues, Concentrations and Soil Temperature on Seed Germination of Four Weedy Plant Species

Soil disinfestation with cruciferous amendments and sublethal heating: Effects on Meloidogyne incognita, Sclerotium rolfsii and Pythium ultimum

Soil solarization in various agricultural production systems

Time and Temperature Requirements for Weed Seed Thermal Death

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Biomass and Biofumigation

Biofuels: Growing toward sustainability

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