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A possible connection between Citrus tree decline and Helicotylenchus indicus in Karachi



A possible connection between Citrus tree decline and Helicotylenchus indicus in Karachi



International Nematology Network Newsletter 5(1): 23



Large populations (up to 3000/100 cc soil) of H. indicus were recovered from soil around the roots of Citrus sinensis showing severe stunting and yellowing in Karachi, Pakistan. The only other nematode found was Basirolaimus sp. but in very small numbers.

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