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Effect of Para Trichodorus Anemones and Other Plant-Parasitic Nematodes On the Growth of Spring Wheat

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Five methods were used to diminish differentially the numbers of nematodes in a field soil that originally contained 500 Paratrichodorus anemones/l and 1500/l of other plant parasitic nematodes. Spring wheat grew best in soils free from nematodes and pathogens, was slow in the presence of some and worst in the original, untreated field soil. Wheat roots grown in the untreated soil showed damage similar to that caused by P. christiei and Trichodorus similis in other crops, and as P. anemones was numerous only in untreated soil, it was concluded that it was responsible for most of the damage but that other nematodes could contribute to slowed plant growth.

Affiliations: 1: Rothamsted Experimental Station, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, AL5 2JQ


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