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Systemic Inhibition of Root-Knot Eelworm (Meloidogyne Incognita) On Tomato

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Attempts have been made to induce resistance in susceptible plants by chemical treatment of the aerial part of the plant. In one such experiment sodium fluoroacetate applied to the foliage reduced root-knot development for less than 5 days after treatment and was initially phytotoxic. Maleic hydrazide markedly inhibited root-knot development over a period of 30 days but was extremely phytotoxic. 1, 3, 5-Tricyano-3-phenyl pentane markedly inhibited root-knot development between 5 and 16 days after spraying without damaging the plant.

Affiliations: 1: Plant Protection Limited, Jealott's Hill Research Station, Bracknell, England


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