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Integrated control of nematodes of cool season food legumes



Integrated control of nematodes of cool season food legumes



Linking research and marketing opportunities for pulses in the 21st Century: Proceedings of the Third International Food Legumes Research Conference, Adelaide, Australia, 22-26 September 1997: 491-506



Production of cool season food legumes can be severely limited by nematode attack. Symptoms are yellowing, wilting, stunting, decreased biomass and seed yield. The most damaging nematodes are root-knot (Meloidogyne spp.), cyst (Heterodera spp.), root-lesion (Pratylenchus spp.) and stem (Ditylenchus dipsaci). Integrated control is required where profit margins and environmental considerations preclude the use of nematicides.

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