1 Activity of the compost Bio Vegetal® in containing the soil-borne pathogen Verticillium dahliae(Kleb.) Franco Nigro
2 An integrated approach for the management of root knot nematodes in greenhouse production of pepper crops Abraham Gamliel
3 Anaerobic soil disinfestation: Areawide Project on obstacles and adoption Erin Rosskopf
4 Anaerobic soil disinfestation: Nutrient cycling and potential environmental impact Fransesco Di Gioia
5 Antagonistic activity of bacterial rhizosphere from rootstocks of tomato and eggplant against Ralstonia solanacearum Triwidodo Arwiyanto
6 Are Substrate-Mediated Microbial Community Shifts the Future of Soilborne Disease Management? Krishna Subbarao
7 Challenges in controlling Fusarium proliferatum in soil and onion bulbs Abraham Gamliel
8 Chilean Important Agricultural Heritage Systems Ricardo Pertuze
9 Comprehensive soil disinfection technologies to soil borne disease of Chinese yam Canbin Ouyang
10 Defining Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation through Changes in the Microbiome Jason Hong
11 Development of sprayable and biodegradable coating system to replace plastic VIF foils during ASD for open fields application Hendrik Meints
12 Dimethyl Disulfide (DMDS), a good solution to control nutsedge (Cyperus spp.) in Europe Arben Myrta
13 Dimethyl Disulfide (DMDS), straight and in combined fumigant applications, to control strawberry soil complex disease in Spain Arben Myrta
14 Dimethyl disulfide use in combination with chloropicrin or metam sodium for soil-borne pest management Josh Freeman
15 Effect of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on Pratylenchus penetrans infestation in apple seedlings under greenhouse conditions An Ceustermans
16 Effect of chemical soil fumigant treatments on soil microorganism and nematode complex and yield of field cucumber Czeslaw Slusarski
17 Effect of Different Organic Amendments on Lettuce Fusarium Wilt and on Soil Borne Microorganisms Giovanna Gilardi
18 Effects of crop rotation, anaerobic soil disinfestation and mustard seed meal on disease severity and organic strawberry production in California Carol Shennan
19 Efficacy of Dimethyl Disulfide (DMDS) applied alone or in co-application with the Metam Sodium in controlling Phytophthora spp and Fusarium spp of Carnation in Antalya (Turkey) Nicolas Le Roch
20 Emerging Soilborne Pathogens and Trends in Their Management Maria Lodovica Gullino
21 Evaluation of Combined Control Measures against Fusarium Crown Rot of Zucchini Giovanna Gilardi
22 Evaluation of trap cropping for management of root-knot nematode on annual crops Becky Westerdahl
23 Evaluation of trap cropping for management of root-knot nematode on annual crops Becky Westerdahl
24 Grafting peppers on Romanian rootstocks as a method to prevent soil-borne diseases and nematodes   Marian Bogoescu
25 Impact assessment of apple replant disease (ARD) by indication at single tree level in orchards Ulrike Cavael
26 Interaction of solarization, fumigation and totally impermeable film for the management of clubroot (Plasmodiophora brassicae) on Brassica crops Mary Ruth Mcdonald
27 Long lasting recovery of Verticillium affected olive trees following strip application of soil solarisation Polymnia Antoniou
28 Managing Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. vasinfectum with beneficial microorganisms including entomopathogenic fungi Surendra Dara
29 Methyl bromide alternatives for Phytophthora capsici on Michigan's cucurbit crops Mary Hausbeck
30 Microbial communities involved in suppression of Fusarium wilt of lettuce by a municipal biowaste compost Massimo Pugliese
31 Milestones and future expectations of soil disinfestation after 45 years of Soil Disinfestation Symposia (1973-2018) Yaacov Katan
32 New nematocides against nematodes in greenhouses Ioannis O. Giannakou
33 Orchard floor management strategy to maintain performance of apple trees in replant soils Katharina Diehl
34 Placement of supplemental fumigants within soil management zones for enhanced pest management Nathan Boyd
35 Preventative treatments in nursery with different biocontrol agents and potassium phosphite salt to control Fusarium wilt agents of leafy vegetables Giovanna Gilardi
36 Recent achievements of soil solarization application against soilborne pathogens in outdoor and covered organic or IPM vegetable crops in Greece Eleftherios Tjamos
37 Role of substrate availability and volatile fatty acids in anaerobic soil disinfestation activity against Sclerotinia sclerotiorum David Butler
38 Rotating chloropicrin fumigation and biofumigation to control strawberry soil borne diseases Aocheng Cao
39 Soil disinfestation applications in strawberry seedling production in Turkey Ceral Yucen
40 Soil disinfestation technology: Applied tools for improving efficacy of pathogen management Abraham Gamliel
41 Soil disinfestation with dimethyl disulfide (DMDS) to manage the bacterial wilt of tomato in the tropics Peninna Deberdt
42 Soil Resetting, a Dutch ASD approach with focus on reproducable results Hendrik Meints
43 Sustainability of European vegetable and strawberry production in relation to fumigation practices in EU Arben Myrta
44 Sustainable approach for soil and substrate disinfestation against soil-borne pathogens in nursery Dalia Aiello
45 Telone (1,3-D), a soil fumigant for control of all major nematode pests Nikos Karatolos
46 Testing of Seed-borne Fungi of Panax notoginseng Seed Xiaoman Liu
47 The development and application of soil and substrate disinfestation equipment with hot water heated by coal Chaoxing He
48 The effect of ASD with Herbie products on panama disease Fusarium oxysporum fsp. cubense TR-4 Hendrik Meints
49 The role of organic amendment stability on soil biosolarization efficacy Jesus Fernandez Bayo
50 Use of a summer cover crop as a partial carbon source for anaerobic soil disinfestation in coastal California Joji Muramoto
51 Use of compost to partially substitute non renewable growing media and suppress soil-borne pathogens on potted vegetable plants Massimo Pugliese