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Durch Die Rübenrasse Des Stockälchens Ditylenchus Dipsaci Hervorgerufene Schadbilder Bei Einigen Unkrautarten

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Observations were made on the injury and symptoms caused to various weeds by Ditylenchus dipsaci derived from sugar beet. The most marked symptoms, which included splitting of tissue, malformation of leaves and stems, and ultimate decay of attacked parts, were shown by Aethusa. cynapium L., Avena fatua L., Polygonum convolvulus L., P. persicaria L. and Sonchus arvensis L. Considerable injury without noticeable disturbance of tissues was shown by Anagallis arvensis L., Convolvulus arvensis L., Mercurialis annua L., Sinapis arvensis L. and Thlaspi arvense L. The least damage was shown by Galeopsis tetrahit L., Lepidium draba L., Melandrium noctui f lorum Fries., Papaver rhoeas L., Ranunculus arvensis L., Senecio vulgaris L., and Stellaria media Villars, while Atriplex patula L., Chenopodium album L., Galium aparine L., Plantago major L. and Polygonum aviculare L., occupy an intermediate position.

Affiliations: 1: Institut für Pflanzenschutz der landwirtschaftlichen Hochschule, Stuttgart-Hohen-heim, Deutschland


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