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Biology and Ecology of Hoplolaimus Indicus (Hoplolaiminae: Nematoda). Ii. the Influence of Various Environmental Factors and Host Plants On the Reproductive Potential

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Hoplolaimus indicus Sher, 1963 thrives well under moderate environmental conditions. The most favourable set of environmental conditions for its maximum growth include: a temperature of 30°C, a soil pH of 7, sandy-loam type of soil, and 16% moisture content of the sandy-loam soil. The most favoured host plants on which rapid multiplication takes place are tomato, sugarcane, and maize. No reproduction occurs on gram, guava (Cyamposis tetragonoloba), tobacco, watermelon, sugarbeet and rape-seed. With an increase in the initial level of population a corresponding decrease in the rate of reproduction takes place.

Affiliations: 1: Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, India


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