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Observations On the Susceptibility of Chrysanthemum Varieties Infested At Two Different Times With Chrysanthemum Eelworm, Aphelenchoides Ritzemabosi

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The susceptibilities of different varieties of chrysanthemum to Aphelenchoides ritzemahosi, assessed from a field experiment in 1959, were confirmed by repetition of the experiments at two different sites in 1960 when there was a higher seasonal rainfall than in the previous year. Many plants infested in March were subsequently destroyed by eelworm whereas infestations in August had no effect on the crop of blooms although eelworm symptoms were present. In resistant varieties infested in August there was no spread of symptoms because the infested leaves were killed before the eelworms could multiply and spread. Cuttings of resistant varieties, which are hypersensitive to eelworm attack, were often killed.

Affiliations: 1: Rothamsted Experimental Station, Harpenden, Herts, England


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