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Host plants of Meloidogyne incognita from a coffee planation at Tupi Paulista



Host plants of Meloidogyne incognita from a coffee planation at Tupi Paulista



Trabalhos apresentados a V Reuniao Brasileira de Nematologia, 9-13 fevereiro de 1981, Londrina, PR, Brasil Publicacao No5, 1981: 153-158



Seeds of 78 crop plants in Brazil were put into plastic bags containing soil from a M. javanica-infected Coffea arabica plantation. 2 months later each bag was reinfested with a suspension of eggs and larvae from the same source. 5 months after seeding 25 species had not germinated, 25 were infected by M. incognita, and 9 by an unidentified Meloidogyne sp., and 19 (including Gossypium hirsutum IAC-13, Crotalaria spectabilis, Ricinus communis and Stylosanthes gracilis) were not infected.

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