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Effect of nematode age and plant species on the penetration speed of Meloidogyne javanica and Pratylenchus coffeae


Effect of nematode age and plant species on the penetration speed of Meloidogyne javanica and Pratylenchus coffeae



Plant Pathology Bulletin 10(2): 65-70



Radish juice (1 : 2 w/v) was found to be 100% effective in inhibiting the penetration of M. javanica and P. coffeae into the roots of Adzuki bean seedlings. The penetration speed of second-stage nematodes of M. javanica after being stored at 15 degrees C for 26 days was much slower compared to those stored for 3.5 days. Faster penetration by nematodes was observed for roots of Adzuki beans compared with radish roots.

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