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Propagation of eelworm-free stocks of strawberry runners

Propagation of eelworm-free stocks of strawberry runners

Economic Proceedings of the Royal Dublin Society, 4: 3, 75-82

By 1945 eelworm disease of strawberries due to Aphelenchoides spp. bad become serious in the runner producing district of County Mayo. Since die warm-water treatments recommended (110 degrees F. for 20 mins. or 115 degrees F. for 5 mins.) did not give complete control} the authors investigated the effects of treatments on plants growing in 3 in. pots. Pots were immersed at five different temperatures from 116 degrees F. to 124 degrees F. for periods of 5 Go 30 mins.

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