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Survival of Pratylenchus Penetrans and P. Minyus in Two Ontario Soils

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Survival of Pralylenchus penetrans and P. minyus was studied in columns of Fox loamy sand and Vineland silt loam under various physical conditions. Survival of both species declined with time, with temperature as it increased above 2° C, and with increased soil moisture. Neither species survived sub-zero temperatures. Survival of adults and 4th stage larvae of both species was greater than that of 3rd and 2nd stage larvae. More P. penetrans survived in Fox loamy sand than in Vineland silt loam and in both soils P. minyus survived better than did P. penetrans. Results with P. penetrans and P. minyus suggested that the population of the former species was heterogeneous and that the population of the latter species was homogeneous. Both nematodes were classified as "freezing susceptible".

Affiliations: 1: Agriculture Canada, Research Station, Vineland Station, Ontario, Canada


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