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The Effect of a Host Crop and Cultivations On the Rate That Ditylenchus Dipsaci Reinfested a Partially Sterilized Area of Land

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A clay loam soil infested with Ditylenchus dipsaci was fumigated with methyl bromide and its reinfestation from adjacent unfumigated land was studied. Cultivation across fumigated and unfumigated plots did not increase the reinfestation. Fallow plots were invaded more slowly than plots carrying a host crop (the susceptible oat, variety Powys). Movement from unfumigated fallow plots was faster at first than from those plots carrying oats, but later, after nematodes had multiplied in the oats, was faster from plots carrying oats.

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


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