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“…Toba et al (1977) define a "protection crop" as the inclusion of noncrop plants that provide feeding sites for infectious insects, but are not susceptible to the pathogen or suitable for insect reproduction. This method of intercropping or barrier cropping has led to lower disease incidences of nonpersistent pathogens in several crops (Jenkinson, 1955;Broadbent, 1969).…”
Section: Plant Diversity and Intercroppingmentioning
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“…Toba et al (1977) define a "protection crop" as the inclusion of noncrop plants that provide feeding sites for infectious insects, but are not susceptible to the pathogen or suitable for insect reproduction. This method of intercropping or barrier cropping has led to lower disease incidences of nonpersistent pathogens in several crops (Jenkinson, 1955;Broadbent, 1969).…”
Section: Plant Diversity and Intercroppingmentioning
“…Examples of barrier plants are sunflower, sorghum, sesame, and pearl-millet used to protect pepper crops or wheat, Swiss chard exploited to further muskmelon crops (Toba et al 1977;Hooks and Fereres 2006). The concept of using a crop as a border to protect another crop from virus diseases was first proposed in the 1950s (Broadbent et al 1952;Jenkinson 1955). Since then, this strategy has been explored by several authors and a wide range of diverging conclusions on the prospects have been reached (Fereres 2000).…”
Section: Barrier Plantsmentioning
“…Tanaman barier pada masa lalu sebagai pilihan lain dalam usaha pengendalian penyakit tumbuhan untuk mengurangi kejadian beberapa infeksi virus non-persistent (Broadbent, 1952;Jenkinson, 1955;Simons, 1957). Tanaman barier dapat bertindak sebagai jebakan untuk virus tanaman non-persistent dan bukan hanya sebagai penghalang fisik, melainkan juga mengurangi potensi vektor untuk mengirim dan menyebarkan virus ke tanaman yang dilindungi (Toba et al, 1957;Difonzo et al, 1996).…”
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