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Conditions D'Emploi Des Nematicides Dans Le Midi De La France Et En Afrique Du Nord 1 )

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Over ten years the application of nematicides in the field has greatly increased in vegetable and flower cultivation in Provence and Algiers and is now extended to fruit and grape cultivation. Many of the products, used in other parts of the world, are not effective in the Mediterranean region because of the influence of the soil and climate. The best nematicides are chlorinated compounds like dichloropropene or dichlorobutene and those brominated compounds that are sufficiently volatile. These last may sometimes be phytotoxic if wrongly used, and the use of chlorobromopropane is limited by climate. In general, stronger doses than in northern countries have to be used, and injection is the best method of application. The decisive factor in the effectiveness of the treatments is soil structure.

Affiliations: 1: Station de Recherches sur les Nématodes, Antibes, France

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2016-12-04

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