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Control of the root-lesion nematode (Pratylenchus penetrans) on Japanese radish with D-D and oxamyl in combination



Control of the root-lesion nematode (Pratylenchus penetrans) on Japanese radish with D-D and oxamyl in combination



Japanese Journal of Nematology 17(12): 48-53



To establish stable methods of control of P. penetrans on Japanese radish the combined application of both DD and oxamyl granules was evaluated. The treatment with both DD 92% at 15-20 litres/10 acres and oxamyl 1% granules at 20 kg/10 acres was superior to the treatment with DD 92% at 20 litres/10 acres alone, and was as effective as the treatment with DD 92% at 30 litres/10 acres. The control effect obtained by the treatment was satisfactory.

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