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The Influence of Soil Solarisation and Non-Fumigant Nematicides On Infection of Meloidogyne Javanica By Pasteuria Penetrans

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Oxamyl and phenamiphos applied directly to soil under drippers on grapevines var. Colombard at rates of 2 and 1. 2 kg/ha respectively, reduced abundance of Meloidogyne javanica juveniles and the rate of infection of juveniles by Pasteuria penetrans for periods of less than two months. Soil solarisation using clear polyethylene increased the rate of infection by P. penetrans for at least ten months but did not reduce abundance of M. javanica.

Affiliations: 1: South Australian Department of Agriculture, Box 411, Loxton, South Australia, 5333


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