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The Distribution and Abundance of Pratylenchus Thornei in Fields of Strawberry Clover (Trifolium Fragiferum)

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Die Schwankungen in der Populationsdichte von Pratylenchus thornei in Erdbeerkleewurzeln und im Boden an acht Stellen im Umkreis von 30 km um Adelaide stehen in enger Beziehung zur Boden-textur (% Lehm). Andere Bodenfaktoren haben offensichtlich einen geringeren Einfluß auf die Anzahl der Nematoden. Die Populationen von P. thornei erreichten ihr Maximum auf Lehmböden im Sommer und auf Sandböden im Winter. Die Höchstwerte waren in den Lehmböden größer als in den Sandböden.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Plant Pathology, Waite Agricultural Research Institute, University of Adelaide, Glen Osmond, South Australia 5064


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