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Control of Nematodes in Rose Plants By Hot-Water Treatment Preceded By Heat-Hardening

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A successful hot-water treatment for rose plants infected with P. vulnus was storing at 2.2° for 3 wk to induce cold-hardening then holding at 37.8° for 24 h to induce heat-hardening, followed by immersion of the plants' root systems in water at 48.3° for up to 35 min. No thermal injury to the plants was observed over a 6-wk period. Some P. vulnus were recovered from all nontreated plants, but none from plants treated for 30 or 35 min. The level of dormancy was greater in plants lifted in October than in plants lifted in subsequent months, but dormancy was not correlated with heat tolerance: plants lifted in October were most sensitive to hot-water treatment.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Plant Pathology, University of California, Davis, CA 95616


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