This study was conducted to investigate the effects of antagonistic bacteria and pathogenic fungi on the growth of tall fescue(Festuca arundinacea Schreb.) in continuous cropping soil(CCS) and non-continuous cropping soil(NCCS). Tall fescue was established by seeding into pots of 11 cm in diameter and 9 cm in depth containing 1 : 1 mixture of soil and vermiculite, and cultivated at pots with antagonistic bacteria and pathogenic fungi in a vinyl house. The bacteria used in this study were Bacillus subtilis and hsants. B. subtilis was isolated and identified kern forage rhizosphere soil and fusants were isolated through cell hsion from B. subtilis and B. thwingiensis. B. subtilis was named as B. subtilis 101 and hsants were named as F-3, F-7 and F-8. In dark culture experiment, tall fescue inoculated with the antagonistic bacteria lived longer than that of control in both CCS and NCCS. However, tall fescue of CCS lived shorter than that of NCCS. Dry weight of tall fescue inoculated with the antagonistic bacteria was higher than that of tall fescue inoculated with pathogenic hngi in both CCS and NCCS(P< 0.05), and the antagonistic bacteria showed positive effects on the growth of tall fescue. However, Dry weight of tall fescue was decreased by the inoculation of the pathogenic b g i in both CCS and NCCS(P< 0.05).
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