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Table 2 Next-generation disease-suppressive composts collection

From: Soil microbiota manipulation and its role in suppressing soil-borne plant pathogens in organic farming systems under the light of microbiome-assisted strategies

Compost itemCompost codeFeedstock: Agricultural waste and agro-industrial residues and co-productFeedstock: Plant green-waste, Plant sludgeFeedstock: Organic fraction of municipal solid waste, cattle manure and other bio-wastesTarget pathogen (fungi and oomycetes)Susceptible host
Green composts#1Com-AaDefatted olive marcFennel wasteVerticillium dahliae Rhizoctonia solani Phytophthora nicotianae
Phythophthora cinnamomi
Pythium ultimum
Pythium irregulare
Eggplant
Bean, Pea
Tomato
Azalea
Cucumber
Melon
Com-BaUn-defatted olive marcArtichoke waste
Com-CaCoffee groundCelery waste + carrot waste
Com-DaTea bagTomato waste + lettuce waste
Green composts#2Com-EaWood chipTomato waste + escarole wasteV. dahliae
R. solani
P. nicotianae
P. ultimum
Eggplant
Bean
Tomato
Cucumber
Com-FaAspen chipArtichoke waste + fennel waste
Com-GaVineyard pruning wastes + vinery residues + wheat strawPotato waste + pepper waste
Green composts#3Com-C1bVineyard pruning wastesPepper sludge + pepper wasteP. nicotianaePepper
Com-C2bVineyard pruning wastesPepper waste + artichoke wasteP. nicotianaePepper
Com-C3bVineyard pruning wastesPepper sludge + pepper waste + garlic waste + carrot waste + almond shellsP. nicotianaePepper
Com-C4bVineyard pruning wastes + compostArtichoke sludge + artichoke wasteP. nicotianaePepper
Traditional composts from municipal bio-wasteCom-HaUrban bio-wasteFusarium oxysporum
f. sp. melonis
F. oxysporum
f. sp. lycopersici
F. oxysporum
f. sp. basilici
Melon
Tomato
Basil
Com-IaWet bio-waste
Com-LaCow manure + household waste
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  2. b[22]
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