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Chemical control of Longidorus elongatus on peppermint with nonvolatile nematicides


, : Chemical control of Longidorus elongatus on peppermint with nonvolatile nematicides. Plant Disease 67(2): 201-203

In a series of trials on an established peppermint stand and rooted peppermint cuttings (both Todd Mitcham) oxamyl or aldicarb granules or sprays were applied at various rates and dates to control L. elongatus. All plants on treated plots were taller, more vigorous and produced greater hay and essential oil yields than plants on untreated plots. November and/or March applications produced greater yield increases than June applications.

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