The way the regulation patterns of the populations of microorganisms in the conditions of pesticide pressure

 

The invention relates to agriculture and can be used to reduce stress action of pesticides on populations of epiphytic microorganisms. The method is coupled with the use of pesticides and mineral fertilizers. Together with pesticides on plant surfaces cause an additional source of mineral nitrogen in the form of a solution of urea. Urea applied at the rate of 5 kg per ha in tank mixes with pesticides. The use of the invention allows to completely eliminate the negative effects of pesticide treatments on the microflora of the surface of plants. 1 C.p. f-crystals, 3 tables.

The invention relates to agricultural Microbiology, and can be used to reduce stress action of pesticides on microbial populations in surface plants (epiphytes), increase biological diversity and the normalization of the structure of the microbial community, reduce to a safe level the number of phytopathogenic species.

Known method of regulating the population density of soil microorganisms under stress by providing the population with additional resources in the form of a carbon-containing polymer (chitin, the micro-organisms (Kozhevin P. A. Microbial populations in nature. - M.: Izd-vo Mosk. University, 1989. - S. 56-58).

There is a method of regulation of microbiological processes in soils contaminated by pesticides, through the introduction into the soil of organic fertilizers (manure, straw, green manure), which leads to increased catalytic processes of transformation and detoxification of pesticides (Kruglov, Y. C. Microflora of soils and pesticides. - M.: Agropromizdat, 1991. - S. 120-121).

The disadvantage of these methods is that they do not allow you to adjust the composition of the epiphytic microflora due to technical impossibility or economic disadvantage of surface treatment plants organic fertilizers and foliar fertilizing organic inductors chitinous nature (chitin, chitosan) or carbon-containing polymers of the type of cellulose. All this limits the resolution counterparts from the technological and economic perspective.

The closest technical solution and the achieved result is a way of making together with pesticides in soil mineral fertilizers, causing neutralization of pesticides in the soil due to stimulation of microbial life. The reason is that useful Microbiology pesticides (Kruglov, Y. C. The microflora of the soil and pesticides. - M.: Agropromizdat, 1991. - S. 120-121).

The disadvantage of this method is focus on the way it is on the soil, but not epiphytic microflora: it is unclear what kind of fertilizer, in what forms and doses can be useful for epiphytic microorganisms, while the use of mineral fertilizers for foliar feeding of plants is well known.

The aim of the invention is to regulate the structure and dynamics of populations of epiphytic microorganisms in the conditions of pesticide pressure.

This goal is achieved by the fact that together with pesticides on plant surfaces cause an additional source of mineral nitrogen in the form of a solution of urea in concentrations that promote the translation of ecosystems in the unsaturated state and increasing the rate of nitrogen required for the accumulation of biomass of microorganisms and optimization of the structure and dynamics of the microbial community of epiphytes.

Elimination of pathogenic forms of the populations of epiphytes in this way is achieved at a later stage of succession, when the microbial system becomes enriched condition due to the emergence of competitors phytopathogenic species.

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Example 1. Plants of spring barley in the phase of the tube was treated with herbicide, Dialin and tank mixtures with urea. For the comparative analysis of the community of epiphytic microorganisms were selected on 2nd and 10 days after treatment, plants flag leaves. In the laboratory analyzed the composition of the fungal community leaf surface and installed structural changes in the associations of phytopathogenic fungi by the similarity factor calculation of Sorenson-Chekanovsky. The results are given in table. 1, 2.

Example 2. The same conditions as in example 1, but were subjected to analysis of bacterial community phyllosphere plants. To assess changes in biological diversity community prokaryotic organisms for different versions to calculate the Shannon index. The results are given in table. 3.

From the presented data shows that the pesticide acted on fungal and bacterial community phyllosphere plants as stress factor, reducing biological diversity (Shannon index was only 0,46-0,98) and causing deviations in the structure of the complex of microorganisms (similarity factor community of micromycetes with that in the control variant already on the 2nd the p>

Introduction urea increased biological diversity of epiphytic bacterial and fungal populations. In a variant, where urea was applied in conjunction with the pesticide at a dose of 5 kg D. C./ha, the similarity factor remained consistently high, indicating a stabilizing effect of urea on the community structure of epiphytic micromycetes. Due to the receipt of the additional source of mineral nitrogen was increased microbiological activity and increased biological diversity in phyllosphere plants, which resulted in a reduction of the area affected leaf diseases from 16.3% in the variant with dialnum to 15.3% in the variant with dialnum and urea in a dose of 5 kg of nutrient content/ha.

Increasing the dose of urea to 10 kg D. C./ha impractical because optimizing the impact on the community structure of epiphytes in this case was less effective in some cases, marked the emergence of negative trends (reduction of the coefficient of similarity on the 10th day after the application of agrochemicals on the surface of plants, the increase of the area affected leaf infections to 16.8%).

Are given in table. 1-3 data confirm the possibility of optimization in terms of pesticide stress patterns of associations EP what and mineral nitrogen in the form of an aqueous solution of urea in a dose of 5 kg D. C. /ha. the Proposed method is easy to perform, allows you to completely eliminate the negative effects of pesticide treatments on useful epiphytic microflora of plants and get environmentally friendly products.

Claims

1. The way the regulation patterns of the populations of microorganisms in the conditions of pesticide pressure in the soil through the joint use of pesticides, mineral fertilizers, characterized in that together with pesticides on plant surfaces cause an additional source of mineral nitrogen in the form of a solution of urea in concentrations that promote the translation of ecosystems in the unsaturated state and increasing the rate of nitrogen to accumulate biomass of microorganisms and optimization of the structure and dynamics of the microbial community of epiphytes.

2. The method according to p. 1, characterized in that urea is applied at a rate of 5 kg/ha in tank mixes with pesticides.

 

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