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Control of nematodes attacking sugar-cane with nematocides and organic amendments

Control of nematodes attacking sugar-cane with nematocides and organic amendments

Sugarcane Pathologists' Newsletter (24): 32-34

The organic amendments mudpress, bagasse, rice hull and sawdust and Temik 15G were tested for nematode control in sugarcane using a pot experiment. Temik gave best control, effective for up to 2 months. In a field experiment in the Philippines, Temik 15G (23 kg/ha), Basudin 10G (30 kg/ha), Furadan 3G (66 kg/ha), Mocap 5G (53 kg/ha), bagasse (40 tons/ha), filtercake (40 tons/ha), and rice hull (40 tons/ha) all suppressed populations of 8 genera of plant-parasitic nematodes.

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