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Susceptibility and damage caused in Tabebuia aff. avellanedae by Meloidogyne javanica and M. arenaria



Susceptibility and damage caused in Tabebuia aff. avellanedae by Meloidogyne javanica and M. arenaria



Nematologia Brasileira 19(1/2): 89-92



The susceptibility and damage caused in Tabebuia aff. avellanedae by Meloidogyne javanica or by M. arenaria were studied. The plants were inoculated with 3000; 9000; 27,000 or 81,000 eggs/plant of each Meloidogyne species. Plants not inoculated were included as controls. The parameters of nematode population and plant growth were evaluated 291 days later. Gall and egg mass indices were also determined.

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