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Vicia faba was grown on a natural infectious background on the territory of the Botanical Garden of NRU BelSU (Belgorod, Russia) and, taking into account the frequency of occurrence and abundance of species, they determined the structure of soil myco-complexes. In the micromycetes complex under Vicia faba, the share of toxigenic species increased by 2.5-29%, opportunistic species - by 1.3-31%, allergens - by 2-24% compared to the control soil. After cultivation of Vicia faba, phytopathogenic species Ascochyta fabae, Clasdosporium herbarum, Fusarium graminearum, F. oixysporum var. orthoceras, F. oxysporum, F. solani and Ulocladium botrytis, which must be considered when selecting the next crop in crop rotation.
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