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Root lesion nematodes in potatoes

, : Root lesion nematodes in potatoes. American Potato Journal 56(2): 79-86

Pratylenchus penetrans and P. crenatus were the dominant plant-parasitic nematodes in potato roots and soil in Prince Edward Island. No nematodes were recovered from potato tubers. Forage legumes and grasses grown in rotation with potatoes also harbored large populations of root lesion nematodes.

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Accession: 000740609

DOI: 10.1007/bf02852173

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