Progress in Plant Protection

Fungistatyczne właściwości siarki i miedzi – nowe perspektywy w ochronie roślin przed chorobami grzybowymi
Fungistatic properties of sulfur and copper – new perspectives in plant protection against fungal diseases

Zuzanna Sawinska, e-mail: zuzanna.sawinska@up.poznan.pl

Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy w Poznaniu, Dojazd 11, 60-632 Poznań, Polska

Martyna Kotecka, e-mail: martysia99231@wp.pl

Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy w Poznaniu, Dojazd 11, 60-632 Poznań, Polska
Streszczenie

Aktualnie prowadzone badania przynoszą obiecujące uzupełnienie już znanych fungistatycznych właściwości siarki i miedzi, otwierając nowe perspektywy w ochronie roślin przed chorobami powodowanymi przez grzyby. Siarka i miedź, znane ze swoich właściwości sty­mulujących wzrost i rozwój roślin, wykazują również silne działanie przeciwko grzybom chorobotwórczym. Ich skuteczność w zwalczaniu chorób sprawia, że są one coraz częściej stosowane w praktyce rolniczej właśnie jako fungicydy, a nie tylko nawozy. Jednak, aby mak­symalnie wykorzystać potencjał tych substancji, konieczne jest dalsze badanie ich mechanizmów działania oraz optymalizacja metod aplikacji, a przede wszystkim dostosowanie dawek zwłaszcza miedzi. Ponadto, naukowcy poszukują nowych, bardziej efektywnych związ­ków fungistatycznych, które mogłyby być alternatywą dla tradycyjnych pestycydów. Dalsze badania w tej dziedzinie mogą prowadzić do opracowania innowacyjnych strategii ochrony roślin, które będą skuteczniejsze, bezpieczniejsze dla środowiska, a ich stosowanie będzie bardziej zrównoważone dla produkcji rolnej.

 

New research brings promising findings on the fungistatic properties of sulfur and copper, opening up new perspectives in plant pro­tection against fungal diseases. Sulfur and copper, known for their properties that stimulate plant growth and development, also show intense activity against fungal pathogens. Their efficiency in diseases control makes them increasingly used in agricultural practice. How­ever, to maximize the potential of these substances, further on study their mechanisms of action and optimized application methods are required. In addition, scientists are looking for new, more effective fungistatic compounds that could be an alternative to traditional pesticides. Further research in this area could lead to the development of innovative crop protection strategies that are more effective, safer for the environment and more sustainable for agricultural production.

Słowa kluczowe
ochrona roślin; siarka; miedź; właściwości fungistatyczne; crop protection; sulfur; copper; fungicides properties
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