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In the organic system (OR), the BCLD manegement was the one which presented the lowest AUDPCs for bloom (~70), for flowering (~88) and for fruits (<30mm) (~138) and, the least efficient treatment was the BC for the three phenological states with AUDPCs of ~96 for bloom, ~157 for flowering and ~112 for fruits (<30mm), not having any meaningful differences between the OR system treatments, but meaningful when in comparison with the CO system tratments.
Comparatively between the best OR treatment which was BCLD and the worst CO treatment which was CFH the difference in the fruits production was 193% favourable to the BCLD on the average of the three harvests.
The managements held with herbicides present a bigger disease incidence on the majority of different pruning seasons done on the three harvests, 2005/2006 to 2007/2008, its AUDPC averagens were, respectively, 185; 302 and 298 (Table 2); and the smaller averages were verified on the OR system with a complete BCLD management, which reduced significantly the disease incidence, 56, 99 and 54, and the same trend were noted in the phenological development of the plant, always showing the best disease supressor in the different states of the plant's growth (Tables 2 and 5).
In the flowering stage (2005/2006), the incidence of bacterial disease under CFH management (346) was 29% bigger than BCLD (88), and this treatment differed significantly from all the managements held includind chemical fertilization, presenting a 271% difference in relation to the best CO system treatment, CFFH (327) (Tables 3 and 5).
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