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Survival and recycling of an Egyptian isolate of Heterorhabditis indicus compared to Steinernema glaseri


Afro Asian Journal of Nematology 6(1): 94-97
Survival and recycling of an Egyptian isolate of Heterorhabditis indicus compared to Steinernema glaseri
Infective stage juveniles of an Egyptian isolate of Heterorhabditis indicus and of Steinernema glaseri (NC strain) were separately placed in sterilized soil in sealed containers buried in Bermuda grass field. Containers were removed daily for 10 days and the surviving juveniles were recovered by the Baermann funnel method and then by the Spodoptera littoralis-baiting technique.


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