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Relative susceptibility, resistance and tolerance of selected crops to inoculation with Meloidogyne spp. in pots



Relative susceptibility, resistance and tolerance of selected crops to inoculation with Meloidogyne spp. in pots



Philippine Phytopathology 12(1/2): 17-23



Pot experiments were carried out to test the susceptibility of a number of crop plants to Meloidogyne acrita, M. arenaria, M. incognita and M. javanica. Cotton (cv. Deltapine 16), peanut (cv. CES 101) and pigeon pea (cv. Native) were resistant to all root-knot species tested and black pepper (Piper trioicum) was resistant to M. acrita.

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