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Differences in overwintering stages of Meloidogyne incognita depending on the crops cultivated in fields in central Kyushu



Differences in overwintering stages of Meloidogyne incognita depending on the crops cultivated in fields in central Kyushu



Proceedings of The Association for Plant Protection of Kyushu 30: 115-119



Investigations into the egg and larval densities of M. incognita in field plots in Kyushu, Japan, showed that in summer crop plots (cucumber) a large number of 2nd stage larvae and few eggs were detected in early August. In the autumn crop plots (carrot) the densities of both eggs and L2 were high in December immediately after the harvest of carrot.

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