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Management of reniform nematode on cotton with SM-9 and Temik 15G, 1993


, : Management of reniform nematode on cotton with SM-9 and Temik 15G, 1993. Fungicide and Nematicide Tests 51: 181

SM-9 (1 pt broadcast or 1 pt + 1 pt 62 days later) or aldicarb (3.5 or 7.0 lb in-furrow or 3.5 lb + SM-9 1 or 2 pt broadcast) were applied to cotton in field trials in Mississippi. Rotylenchulus reniformis populations were significantly lower in all treated plots except where SM-9 was applied at 1 pt with aldicarb at 3.5 lb, compared with controls at 155 days after planting. Lowest nematode numbers at 155 days were recorded with aldicarb at 3.5 lb.

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