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Single and double combinations of nematicides against rotylenchulus reniformis and tylenchulus semipenetrans infecting cowpea vigna sinensis cultivar azmerely and citrus citrus aurantiifolia



Single and double combinations of nematicides against rotylenchulus reniformis and tylenchulus semipenetrans infecting cowpea vigna sinensis cultivar azmerely and citrus citrus aurantiifolia



Revue de Nematologie 2(1): 23-28



Application of aldicarb, oxamyl and fensulfothion nematicides increased the growth of cowpea and citrus and reduced the populations of R. reniformis and T. semipenetrans. Growth of plants grown in soil treated with DBCP [1,2-dibromo-3-chloropropane] and miral was not increased even though the nematode populations were reduced. Plant growth was unthrifty in the ethoprop and phenamiphos applications and nematode populations were reduced. Plant growth was unthrifty in the ethoprop and phenamiphos applications and nematode control was intermediate. Of the nematicide combinations tested, oxamyl + DBCP combination was the best effective mixture for host growth followed by miral + DBCP and fensulfothion + DBCP. All combinations produced maximum nematode kill.

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