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Host plants of Meloidogyne spp. in the coffee growing area of Colombia

Host plants of Meloidogyne spp. in the coffee growing area of Colombia

Cenicafe 29(2): 35-45

Examination of root samples from wild plants at 11 localities in the central Colombian coffee zone showed 23 plant species (mainly weeds) to be hosts to one or more species of Meloidogyne (M. incognita, M. exigua and M. javanica in decreasing order of frequency). M. hapla was found only in Cuphea racemosa at one site.

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