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A Dutch contribution to knowledge on phytosanitary risk and host status of various crops for Meloidogyne chitwoodi Golden et al., 1980 and M. fallax Karssen, 1996: an overview

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The results of experiments, performed in The Netherlands during the last decade, on the host range of Meloidogyne chitwoodi and M. fallax are presented and discussed. Opinions are expressed on the host status of the tested plants and the phytosanitary status of the commercial product (defined as that part of the plant that enters trade) separately, as interest for both categories may differ. Information for each category is given for a variety of plants such as vegetables, arable crops, flowering bulbs and plants, and ornamental plants and trees. Data obtained from glasshouse experiments are given in a separate table. Many plants are a good host for one or both nematode species, and the commercial product, such as some bulbs and potatoes, might form a phytosanitary risk as a carrier of the juveniles inside the product, this risk being increased when that commercial product has roots.


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