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Study on the behaviour and multiplication of the cyst nematode Heterodera avenae on winter cereals, resistant or susceptible spring cereals and on maize


Study on the behaviour and multiplication of the cyst nematode Heterodera avenae on winter cereals, resistant or susceptible spring cereals and on maize



Revue Suisse d'Agriculture 12(6): 255-263



ISSN/ISBN: 0375-1325

In a glasshouse experiment various varieties of winter cereals were inoculated with 10 to 12 Heterodera avenae (pathotype C) juveniles/g soil. Nematode multiplication was observed on all the varieties in the order oat > barley > wheat > rye. All the cereals appeared to be naturally tolerant to the nematode. In similar experiments using varieties of spring cereals, the rate of nematode multiplication was lower and decreased in the order barley > wheat > oat.

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