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Nematode diseases of pasture legumes and turf grasses



Nematode diseases of pasture legumes and turf grasses



Economic nematology. London, UK: Academic Press, 66-96



This is a very useful collation of work on the host status and reaction of pasture legumes and grasses to attack by various plant nematodes.

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