Plant Susceptibility to Major Nematodes in Georgia B 904
Adam J. Davis, Associate Professor
Published on May 1, 2009.
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This publication contains comprehensive information about plant susceptibility to major nematodes in Georgia, and how to control them. Use this guide to select rotation crops that are non-hosts to damaging populations as one part of a nematode control program. Ideally, the rotation crop should reduce specific nematode populations levels in the soil and not sustain reduced yield or quality because of nematodes present.
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