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Artificial Infections of Seednuts and Young Seedlings of the Coconut Palm With the Red-Ring Nematode Rhadinaphelenchus Cocophilus (Cobb)

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Seednuts and young coconut seedlings were artificially infected with the red-ring nematode and observed for 56 and 64 weeks respectively. In neither case did these infections normally result in typical red-ring disease although the eelworms successfully colonised the tissues of the young seedlings. These infections however disappeared about 48 weeks after infection. At the end of the observation period no infection could be detected in any of the plants.

Affiliations: 1: Trinidad & Tobago Coconut Research Limited, Eastern Main Road, Champs Fleurs, Trinidad, W.I.


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