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The Meloidogyne Problem in South Africa

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The need for creating the different species of Meloidogyne is briefly mentioned. Variations with regard to some host reactions within the M. incognita var. acrita group is discussed. The similarity with regard to host reaction of M. arenaria subsp. thamesi and M. javanica is pointed out. Crop rotational control measures are briefly discussed; results of a refrigeration experiment carried out with potato tubers are given. Growing nematode free seed potatoes is a very difficult problem in South Africa and soil fumigation is too expensive and does not give adequate control. A fumigation experiment with methyl bromide and peach trees demonstrates that this matter must be further investigated.

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1956-01-01
2016-12-10

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