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Horizontal distribution of some parasitic nematode genera in agricultural lands in Costa Rica



Horizontal distribution of some parasitic nematode genera in agricultural lands in Costa Rica



Turrialba 28(1): 67-69



Soil samples taken in two lettuce growing areas and two beet growing areas of Costa Rica were examined for abundance of plant parasitic nematodes.

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