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Control of Meloidogyne Javanica in Potato Tubers and M. Hapla in the Roots of Young Rose Bushes By Means of Heated Water

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Water temperatures of between 46°C and 47.5°C with an immersion period of 2 hrs, killed all stages of M. javanica contained within moderately to severely blistered potato tubers, without adversely affecting subsequent sprouting of the tubers during a 3 months storage period. Immersion of the roots of dormant rose bushes to just below the bud union, for 60 min in water heated to 45.5°, killed all eggs and larvae of M. hapla, without adversely affecting the subsequent growth of a vigorous floribunda and a non vigorous hybrid tea variety budded on vigorous thornless Mexican Briar rootstocks.

Affiliations: 1: Rhodesia Ministry of Agriculture, Plant Protection Branch, Salisbury, Rhodesia


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