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Parasitism and Pathogenesis of the Cultivated Cranberry By Some Nematodes

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The parasitism of cranberry roots (Vaccinium macrocarpon Ait.) by Hemicycliophora similis Thorne, Trichodorus christiei Allen and Tylenchorhynchus rlaytoni Steiner is described. The symptoms associated with the feeding of these nematodes and Tetylenchus joctus Thorne are given. T. christiei, which appears to be the most important nematode parasite of cranberry, caused a significant reduction in growth of cuttings and seedlings. The feeding of H. similis caused a consistent reduction in the growth of seedlings, but the growth of potted cuttings was not greatly diminished.

Affiliations: 1: Cranberry Experiment Station, University of Massachusetts, East Wareham, Mass., U.S.A


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