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Extraction, Fecundity, and Hosts of Criconemella Rustica

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The centrifugal flotation method, using a 200-mesh (75 μm opening) or finer sieve, a sugar flotation medium (sp. gr. 1.18) and a horizontal rotor, produced maximum extraction of ring nematode, Criconemella rustica (Micoletzky), from soil. Females of C. rustica deposited up to 18 eggs, and hatch occurred in 14-21 days. Rice cutgrass, orchard-grass and bottle-brush grass were the best of 39 hosts of M. rustica.

Affiliations: 1: Agriculture Canada, Research Station, Vineland Station, Ontario L0R 2E0


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