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Investigations On the Resistance of Rose Root-Stocks To Meloidogyne Hapla and Pratylenchus Penetrans

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In field experiments 13 rose root-stocks were tested for their host reaction to M, hapla and P. penetrans. All root-stocks should be considered as host plants for both species. Nevertheless, great differences in host efficiency occurred, especially with M. hapla where two root-stocks proved to be poor hosts.

Affiliations: 1: State Nematology and Entomology Research Station, Wetteren, Belgium

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2016-12-02

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