Two field experiments were carried out during the two successive seasons of 2008-2009 & 2009-2010 in ARC, Giza to evaluate the efficacy of some methyl bromide alternatives. Solarization, basamide, metam sodium and biofungicides (bioarc and biozeid) combined with solarization were used for controlling the major soilborne tomato diseases (fungal pathogens & root-knot nematodes). Economical feasibility on tomato production was determined. The obtained results indicated that the best treatment in reducing number of fungi was basamide, followed by solarization combined with biofungicides (bioarc+biozeid) and metam sodium combined with solarization then solarization alone. In reducing number of nematodes the best treatment was basamide combined with solarization, followed by metam sodium combined with solarization and solarization combined with the tested biofungicides (bioarc+biozeid) then solarization alone. However in increase yield of tomato the best treatment was solarization combined with biofungicides (bioarc+biozeid), followed by metam sodium combined with solarization and basamide combined with solarization then solarization alone.