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Cotton root infection ratings for predicting root-knot nematode damage potential to succeeding cotton crops

Cotton root infection ratings for predicting root-knot nematode damage potential to succeeding cotton crops

Proceedings, Beltwide Cotton Production Research Conferences, USA: 29-30

Initial population density (Pi) estimates of Meloidogyne incognita, are currently made by counting 2nd-stage juveniles and/or eggs extracted from autumn to spring collected soil samples. These estimates are used to predict the damage potential of M. incognita from previously developed damage functions relating Pi to cotton relative yield (y).

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