Eurasian Journal of Soil Science

Volume 8, Issue 4, Sep 2019, Pages 304 - 312
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.585160
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Role of soil physicochemical and microbiological properties in the occurrence and severity of chickpea's Fusarium wilt disease

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Moutassem,D., Belabid,L., Bellik,Y., Rouag,N., Abed,H., Ziouche,S., Baali,F., 2019. Role of soil physicochemical and microbiological properties in the occurrence and severity of chickpea's Fusarium wilt disease. Eurasian J Soil Sci 8(4):304 - 312. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.585160
Moutassem,D.,Belabid,L.Bellik,Y.Rouag,N.Abed,H.Ziouche,S.,& Baali,F. Role of soil physicochemical and microbiological properties in the occurrence and severity of chickpea's Fusarium wilt disease Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, 8(4):304 - 312. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.585160
Moutassem,D.,Belabid,L.Bellik,Y.Rouag,N.Abed,H.Ziouche,S., and ,Baali,F."Role of soil physicochemical and microbiological properties in the occurrence and severity of chickpea's Fusarium wilt disease" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, 8.4 (2019):304 - 312. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.585160
Moutassem,D.,Belabid,L.Bellik,Y.Rouag,N.Abed,H.Ziouche,S., and ,Baali,F. "Role of soil physicochemical and microbiological properties in the occurrence and severity of chickpea's Fusarium wilt disease" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science,8(Sep 2019):304 - 312 DOI : 10.18393/ejss.585160
D,Moutassem.L,Belabid.Y,Bellik.N,Rouag.H,Abed.S,Ziouche.F,Baali "Role of soil physicochemical and microbiological properties in the occurrence and severity of chickpea's Fusarium wilt disease" Eurasian J. Soil Sci, vol.8, no.4, pp.304 - 312 (Sep 2019), DOI : 10.18393/ejss.585160
Moutassem,Dahou ;Belabid,Lakhdar ;Bellik,Yuva ;Rouag,Noureddine ;Abed,Hanane ;Ziouche,Siham ;Baali,Faiza Role of soil physicochemical and microbiological properties in the occurrence and severity of chickpea's Fusarium wilt disease. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, (2019),8.4:304 - 312. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.585160

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Moutassem, D., Belabid, L., Bellik, Y., Rouag, N., Abed, H., Ziouche, S., Baali, F., 2019. Role of soil physicochemical and microbiological properties in the occurrence and severity of chickpea's Fusarium wilt disease. Eurasian J. Soil Sci. 8(4): 304 - 312. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.585160

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Dahou Moutassem , Characterization and Natural Resources Valorisation Laboratory (L.C.V.R) SNV-TU Faculty, Mohamed El Bachir El Ibrahimi Bordj Bou Arreridj University, Algeria
Lakhdar Belabid , Laboratory for Research on Biological Systems and Geomatics, Faculty of Nature and Life Sciences, Mustapha Stamboli Mascara University, Algeria
Yuva Bellik , Characterization and Natural Resources Valorisation Laboratory (L.C.V.R) SNV-TU Faculty, Mohamed El Bachir El Ibrahimi Bordj Bou Arreridj University, Algeria
Noureddine Rouag , Department of Agronomy, Faculty of Nature and Life Sciences, Ferhat Abbas Sétif 1 University, Sétif, Algeria
Hanane Abed , Characterization and Natural Resources Valorisation Laboratory (L.C.V.R) SNV-TU Faculty, Mohamed El Bachir El Ibrahimi Bordj Bou Arreridj University, Algeria
Siham Ziouche , Characterization and Natural Resources Valorisation Laboratory (L.C.V.R) SNV-TU Faculty, Mohamed El Bachir El Ibrahimi Bordj Bou Arreridj University, Algeria
Faiza Baali , Characterization and Natural Resources Valorisation Laboratory (L.C.V.R) SNV-TU Faculty, Mohamed El Bachir El Ibrahimi Bordj Bou Arreridj University, Algeriav

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Article first published online : 02 Jul 2019
Manuscript Accepted : 24 Jun 2019
Manuscript Received: 10 Sep 2018
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.585160
Stable URL: http://ejss.fesss.org/10.18393/ejss.585160

Abstract

The aim of the present study is to evaluate the relative disease severity of chickpea wilt in the most important chickpea growing areas in North Algeria and their relationship to soils properties. The physicochemical and biological parameters of 14 soils were analyzed and correlated to the disease index severity (Dis). Soil physicochemical factors were determined as a means of particle size distribution, pH, Electrical Conductivity (EC), CaCO3 content, total Nitrogen (Total-N), Olsen-P and biological factors including Foc inoculum density (ID-Foc), Trichoderma spp propagule number (TrPn), Pseudomonas spp and Bacillus spp. The results revealed that the spread of the disease was evident in all prospected areas and recorded as low to medium with values ranging from 2.05 to3 9.8. The disease severity was positively correlated with EC (r=0.62), Total-N (r= 0.79), and ID-Foc (r=0.72), whereas negatively correlated with Olsen-P (r=-0.67), TrPn (r=-0.70) and Pseudomonas spp (r=-0.89). There was no correlation between Dis and soil physical (clay, loam and sand), chemical (pH, CaCO3 content) and biological factors (Bacillus spp). As well, ID-Foc was positively correlated with Total-N and negatively correlated with Olsen-P. The results indicated that TrPn and Pseudomonas spp were positively correlated, whereas both were negatively associated with ID-Foc and Dis. Our finding pointed out the critical role of some physicochemical and biological soil characteristics in the epidemic development of chickpea wilt under field conditions.

Keywords

Chickpea, Fusarium oxysporum f. sp ciceris, Nitrogen, Olsen-P, Trichoderma spp, Pseudomonas spp.

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References

Abed, H., Rouag, N., Mouatassem, D., Rouabhi, A., 2016. Screening for Pseudomonas and Bacillus antagonistic rhizobacteria strains for the biocontrol of Fusarium wilt of chickpea. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 5(3): 182 –191.

Bulluck, L.R., Brosius, M., Evanylo, G.K., Ristaino, J.B., 2002. Organic and synthetic fertility amendments influence soil microbial, physical and chemical properties on organic and conventional farms. Applied Soil Ecology 19(2): 147–160.

Dubey, S.C., Suresh, M., Singh, B., 2007. Evaluation of Trichoderma species against Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceris for integrated management of chickpea wilt. Biological Control 40(1): 118–127.

Elmer, W.H., Datnoff, L.E., 2014. Mineral Nutrition and Suppression of Plant Disease. In: Neal VA. Encyclopedia of Agriculture and Food Systems, San Diego, Elsevier, pp 231–244.

Gams, W., Bissett, J., 1998. Morphology and Identification of Trichoderma. In: Kubicek C.P, Harman G.E. Trichoderma and Gliocladium. Basic Biology, Taxonomy and Genetics. London, Taylor and Francis Ltd, pp1–30.

Ghorbani, R., Wilcockson, S., Koocheki, A., Leifert, C., 2008. Soil management for sustainable crop disease control: a review. Environmental Chemistry Letters 6(3):149–162.

Griffin, D.H., 1994. Fungal Physiology, 2nd.New York, New York, USA, Wiley-Liss.

Haware, M.P., 1990. Fusarium wilt and other important diseases of chickpea in the Mediterranean area. Options Mediterr. Ser. Semin 9: 61–64.

Hoffland, E., Jeger, M.J., van Beusichem, M.L., 2000. Effect of nitrogen supply rate on disease resistance in tomato depends on the pathogen. Plant and Soil 218(1-2): 239–247.

Höper, H., Alabouvette, C., 1996. Importance of physical and chemical soil properties in the suppressiveness of soil to plant diseases. European Journal of Soil Biology 32(1): 41-58.

Hulseman, J., 1966. An inventory of marine carbonate materials. Journal of Sedimentary Research 36(2): 622– 625.

Jiménez-Díaz, R.M., Castillo, P., Jiménez-Gasco, M.M., Landa, B.B., Navas-Cortés, J.A., 2015. Fusarium wilt of chickpeas: Biology, ecology and management. Crop Protection 73: 16–27.

Jones, Jr.J.B., 2001. Laboratory guide for conducting soil tests and plant analysis. CRC Press, New York, USA. 363p.

Lemanceau, P., Alabouvette, C., 1996. Suppression of fusarium wilts by fluorescent pseudomonads: Mechanisms and applications.  Biocontrol Science and Technology 3(3): 219–234.

Lenc, L., Kwaśna, H., Sadowski, C., 2011. Dynamics of the root/soil pathogens and antagonists in organic and integrated production of potato. European Journal of Plant Pathology 131: 603–620.

Liu, B., Deborah, G., Buckley, K., 2008. Trichoderma communities in soils from organic, sustainable, and conventional farms, and their relation with Southern blight of tomato. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40(5): 1124–1136.

Lucas, P., 2006. Diseases caused by soil-borne pathogens. In: The Epidemiology of Plant Diseases. Cooke, B., Michael, Jones, D., Gareth, Kaye, Bernard (Eds.). Dordrecht, The Netherlands, Springer, pp 373–382.

Mazzola, M., 2002. Mechanisms of natural soil suppressiveness to soilborne diseases. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 81(1-4): 557–564.

Mehmood,Y., Khan, M.A., Javed, N., Arif, M.J., 2013. Effect of soil and environmental factors on chickpea wilts disease caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceris. Pakistan Journal of Phytopathology 25 (1): 52–58.

Messiaen, CM., Cassini, R., 1981. Taxonomy of Fusarium. In: Fusarium. Diseases, biology and taxonomy. Nelson P.E., Toussoun T.A., Cook, R.J. (Eds). Pennsylvannia State University Press. University park, pp 427–445.

Naseri, B., Hamadani, S.A., 2017. Characteristic agro-ecological features of soil populations of bean root rot pathogens. Rhizosphere 3: 203–208.

Nene, Y.L., Haware, M.P., 1980. Screening chickpea for resistance to wilt. Plant Disease 64(4): 379–380.

Olsen, S.R., Cole, C.V., Watanabe, W.S., Dean, L.A., 1954. Estimation of available phosphorus in soil by extraction with sodium bicarbonate. Circular 939.USDA, Washington DC, USA.

Postma, J., Clematis, F., Nijhuis, E.H., Someus, E., 2013. Efficacy of four phosphate-mobilizing bacteria applied with an animal bone charcoal formulation in controlling Pythium aphanidermatum and Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. radicis lycopersici in tomato. Biological Control 67(2): 284–291.

Prabhu, A.S., Fageria, N.K., Berni, R.F., Rodrigues, F.A., 2007. Phosphorus and plant disease. In: Mineral Nutrition and Plant Disease. Datnoff, L.E., Elmer, W.H., Huber, D.M. (Eds.), APS Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA. pp. 45–55.

Saikia, R., Varghese, S., Singh, B.P., Arora, D.K., 2009. Influence of mineral amendment on disease suppressive activity of Pseudomonas fluorescens to Fusarium wilt of chickpea. Microbiological Research 164(4): 365–373.

Saravanakumar, K., Shanmuga, A.V., Kathiresan, K., 2013. Effect of Trichoderma on soil phosphate solubilization and growth improvement of Avicennia marina. Aquatic Botany 104: 101–105.

Shen, Z., Ruan, Y., Xue, C., Zhong, S., Li, R., Shen, Q., 2015. Soils naturally suppressive to banana Fusarium wilt disease harbor unique bacterial communitie. Plant and Soil 393(1-2): 21–33.

Shim, G.Y., Kim, H.K., Kang, S.W., 2002. Predisposing effect of soil salinity on the cucumber wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cucumerinum. Korean Journal of Plant Pathology 8 (1): 14–21.

Sugha, S.k., kapoor, S.k., Singh M.B., 1994. Factors influencing Fusarium wilt of chickpea (Cicer arietinum). Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology 24 (2): 97–102.

Thomashow, L.S., Weller, D.M., 1988. Role of a phenazine antibiotic from Pseudomonas fluorescens in biological control of Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici. Journal of Bacteriology 170(8): 3499–3508.

Trapero-Casas, A., Jiménez-Díaz, RM., 1985. Fungal wilt and root rot diseases of chickpea in Southern Spain. Phytopathology 57: 1146–1151.

Abstract

The aim of the present study is to evaluate the relative disease severity of chickpea wilt in the most important chickpea growing areas in North Algeria and their relationship to soils properties. The physicochemical and biological parameters of 14 soils were analyzed and correlated to the disease index severity (Dis). Soil physicochemical factors were determined as a means of particle size distribution, pH, Electrical Conductivity (EC), CaCO3 content, total Nitrogen (Total-N), Olsen-P and biological factors including Foc inoculum density (ID-Foc), Trichoderma spp propagule number (TrPn), Pseudomonas spp and Bacillus spp. The results revealed that the spread of the disease was evident in all prospected areas and recorded as low to medium with values ranging from 2.05 to3 9.8. The disease severity was positively correlated with EC (r=0.62), Total-N (r= 0.79), and ID-Foc (r=0.72), whereas negatively correlated with Olsen-P (r=-0.67), TrPn (r=-0.70) and Pseudomonas spp (r=-0.89). There was no correlation between Dis and soil physical (clay, loam and sand), chemical (pH, CaCO3 content) and biological factors (Bacillus spp). As well, ID-Foc was positively correlated with Total-N and negatively correlated with Olsen-P. The results indicated that TrPn and Pseudomonas spp were positively correlated, whereas both were negatively associated with ID-Foc and Dis. Our finding pointed out the critical role of some physicochemical and biological soil characteristics in the epidemic development of chickpea wilt under field conditions.

Keywords: Chickpea, Fusarium oxysporum f. sp ciceris, Nitrogen, Olsen-P, Trichoderma spp, Pseudomonas spp

References

Abed, H., Rouag, N., Mouatassem, D., Rouabhi, A., 2016. Screening for Pseudomonas and Bacillus antagonistic rhizobacteria strains for the biocontrol of Fusarium wilt of chickpea. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 5(3): 182 –191.

Bulluck, L.R., Brosius, M., Evanylo, G.K., Ristaino, J.B., 2002. Organic and synthetic fertility amendments influence soil microbial, physical and chemical properties on organic and conventional farms. Applied Soil Ecology 19(2): 147–160.

Dubey, S.C., Suresh, M., Singh, B., 2007. Evaluation of Trichoderma species against Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceris for integrated management of chickpea wilt. Biological Control 40(1): 118–127.

Elmer, W.H., Datnoff, L.E., 2014. Mineral Nutrition and Suppression of Plant Disease. In: Neal VA. Encyclopedia of Agriculture and Food Systems, San Diego, Elsevier, pp 231–244.

Gams, W., Bissett, J., 1998. Morphology and Identification of Trichoderma. In: Kubicek C.P, Harman G.E. Trichoderma and Gliocladium. Basic Biology, Taxonomy and Genetics. London, Taylor and Francis Ltd, pp1–30.

Ghorbani, R., Wilcockson, S., Koocheki, A., Leifert, C., 2008. Soil management for sustainable crop disease control: a review. Environmental Chemistry Letters 6(3):149–162.

Griffin, D.H., 1994. Fungal Physiology, 2nd.New York, New York, USA, Wiley-Liss.

Haware, M.P., 1990. Fusarium wilt and other important diseases of chickpea in the Mediterranean area. Options Mediterr. Ser. Semin 9: 61–64.

Hoffland, E., Jeger, M.J., van Beusichem, M.L., 2000. Effect of nitrogen supply rate on disease resistance in tomato depends on the pathogen. Plant and Soil 218(1-2): 239–247.

Höper, H., Alabouvette, C., 1996. Importance of physical and chemical soil properties in the suppressiveness of soil to plant diseases. European Journal of Soil Biology 32(1): 41-58.

Hulseman, J., 1966. An inventory of marine carbonate materials. Journal of Sedimentary Research 36(2): 622– 625.

Jiménez-Díaz, R.M., Castillo, P., Jiménez-Gasco, M.M., Landa, B.B., Navas-Cortés, J.A., 2015. Fusarium wilt of chickpeas: Biology, ecology and management. Crop Protection 73: 16–27.

Jones, Jr.J.B., 2001. Laboratory guide for conducting soil tests and plant analysis. CRC Press, New York, USA. 363p.

Lemanceau, P., Alabouvette, C., 1996. Suppression of fusarium wilts by fluorescent pseudomonads: Mechanisms and applications.  Biocontrol Science and Technology 3(3): 219–234.

Lenc, L., Kwaśna, H., Sadowski, C., 2011. Dynamics of the root/soil pathogens and antagonists in organic and integrated production of potato. European Journal of Plant Pathology 131: 603–620.

Liu, B., Deborah, G., Buckley, K., 2008. Trichoderma communities in soils from organic, sustainable, and conventional farms, and their relation with Southern blight of tomato. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40(5): 1124–1136.

Lucas, P., 2006. Diseases caused by soil-borne pathogens. In: The Epidemiology of Plant Diseases. Cooke, B., Michael, Jones, D., Gareth, Kaye, Bernard (Eds.). Dordrecht, The Netherlands, Springer, pp 373–382.

Mazzola, M., 2002. Mechanisms of natural soil suppressiveness to soilborne diseases. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 81(1-4): 557–564.

Mehmood,Y., Khan, M.A., Javed, N., Arif, M.J., 2013. Effect of soil and environmental factors on chickpea wilts disease caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. ciceris. Pakistan Journal of Phytopathology 25 (1): 52–58.

Messiaen, CM., Cassini, R., 1981. Taxonomy of Fusarium. In: Fusarium. Diseases, biology and taxonomy. Nelson P.E., Toussoun T.A., Cook, R.J. (Eds). Pennsylvannia State University Press. University park, pp 427–445.

Naseri, B., Hamadani, S.A., 2017. Characteristic agro-ecological features of soil populations of bean root rot pathogens. Rhizosphere 3: 203–208.

Nene, Y.L., Haware, M.P., 1980. Screening chickpea for resistance to wilt. Plant Disease 64(4): 379–380.

Olsen, S.R., Cole, C.V., Watanabe, W.S., Dean, L.A., 1954. Estimation of available phosphorus in soil by extraction with sodium bicarbonate. Circular 939.USDA, Washington DC, USA.

Postma, J., Clematis, F., Nijhuis, E.H., Someus, E., 2013. Efficacy of four phosphate-mobilizing bacteria applied with an animal bone charcoal formulation in controlling Pythium aphanidermatum and Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. radicis lycopersici in tomato. Biological Control 67(2): 284–291.

Prabhu, A.S., Fageria, N.K., Berni, R.F., Rodrigues, F.A., 2007. Phosphorus and plant disease. In: Mineral Nutrition and Plant Disease. Datnoff, L.E., Elmer, W.H., Huber, D.M. (Eds.), APS Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA. pp. 45–55.

Saikia, R., Varghese, S., Singh, B.P., Arora, D.K., 2009. Influence of mineral amendment on disease suppressive activity of Pseudomonas fluorescens to Fusarium wilt of chickpea. Microbiological Research 164(4): 365–373.

Saravanakumar, K., Shanmuga, A.V., Kathiresan, K., 2013. Effect of Trichoderma on soil phosphate solubilization and growth improvement of Avicennia marina. Aquatic Botany 104: 101–105.

Shen, Z., Ruan, Y., Xue, C., Zhong, S., Li, R., Shen, Q., 2015. Soils naturally suppressive to banana Fusarium wilt disease harbor unique bacterial communitie. Plant and Soil 393(1-2): 21–33.

Shim, G.Y., Kim, H.K., Kang, S.W., 2002. Predisposing effect of soil salinity on the cucumber wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cucumerinum. Korean Journal of Plant Pathology 8 (1): 14–21.

Sugha, S.k., kapoor, S.k., Singh M.B., 1994. Factors influencing Fusarium wilt of chickpea (Cicer arietinum). Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology 24 (2): 97–102.

Thomashow, L.S., Weller, D.M., 1988. Role of a phenazine antibiotic from Pseudomonas fluorescens in biological control of Gaeumannomyces graminis var. tritici. Journal of Bacteriology 170(8): 3499–3508.

Trapero-Casas, A., Jiménez-Díaz, RM., 1985. Fungal wilt and root rot diseases of chickpea in Southern Spain. Phytopathology 57: 1146–1151.



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