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Phenological control of the potato cyst nematode






Cyprus Agricultural Research Institute Technical Bulletin (81): 1-5

Phenological control of the potato cyst nematode

From nine field trials carried out at Xylophagou during the spring, autumn and winter growing seasons, it was found that the multiplication rate of the potato cyst nematode (Globodera rostochiensis) decreased mainly in the winter growing season while in the spring season nematode equilibrium level was reached at 95 days from planting or 388 accumulated day-degrees, above 10.degree. C, which is considered as the lower nematode developmental threshold. In the autumn growing season, harvesting even at 80 days from planting failed to reduce the nematode multiplication rate in the soil because of favourable for nematode development and reproduction soil temperatures throughout the growing season.

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