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Evaluation of tomato cultivar for resistance to wilt disease and their host efficiency to Meloidogyne incorgnita infestation

Evaluation of tomato cultivar for resistance to wilt disease and their host efficiency to Meloidogyne incorgnita infestation

Nigerian Journal of Horticultural Science 10: 30-37

Field and screen house studies were conducted to evaluate the resistance of some tomato cultivars to wilt diseases in Meloidogyne incognita Race 2 naturally infested soil and to test their host efficiency to the nematodes infestation. Five-week old tomato seedlings from each cultivar raised in steam-sterilized soil were transplanted into plots naturally infested with species of plant-parasitic nematodes. The experimental design was a randomized complete block replicated four times.

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