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Differential interactions of Pratylenchus crenatus, P. penetrans and P. scribneri with Verticillium dahliae in potato early dying disease



Differential interactions of Pratylenchus crenatus, P. penetrans and P. scribneri with Verticillium dahliae in potato early dying disease



Phytoapthology 75(4): 419-428



The interaction of V. dahliae and P. crenatus, P. penetrans and P. scribneri in plants of potato cultivar Superior was tested in field microplots established on fumigated organic soil. Interactions of Pratylenchus spp. and V. dahliae in potato early dying (PED) disease varied with nematode species. In 1982 and 1983, the highest tested population levels of P. penetrans and V. dahliae reduced tuber fresh weight 20 and 39% respectively, and caused severe PED symptoms.

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