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Host response of cantaloup cultivars to Meloidogyne incognita infection

Host response of cantaloup cultivars to Meloidogyne incognita infection

Bulletin, National Research Centre, Cairo, Egypt 5: 204-210

M. incognita occurred frequently in 6 counties of Egypt where Cucumis melo is extensively cultivated. Of 10 cvs. tested Esmaellawy, P.M.R 45 and Shahd Edfina were considered as poor hosts because of the relatively slow rate at which females matured.

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