Rahman ML, Miah SA (1993) Effect of organic and inorganic soil amendment on root knot nematode (Meloidogyne graminicola) in deepwater rice.
What does RKN stand for?
RKN stands for Root Knot Nematode
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Cause Fusarium or verticillium wilt or root knot nematodes.
Specifically, in 2009 at Firebaugh, we detected one ring nematode per half pint (250 milliliters) of soil from one MB-treated plot, and no lesion, ring or root knot nematodes from other plots; at Madera, there were three lesion nematodes per half pint (250 milliliters) of soil from one control plot, and no lesion, ring or root knot nematodes from other plots.
In Georgia, at least one species of the root knot nematode is found in 25% of peanut fields (Motsinger et al.
Resistance to root knot nematode in tomato was found sixty years ago in Lycopersicon peruvianum accession PI 128657 by Bailey .
Root knot nematodes have been found in the turf which has affected the quality of some parts of the pitch, and it has now been decided to relay the grass ahead of Wales' autumn Test series opener against world champions South Africa on November 8.
And the experts confirmed the pitch has been affected by a condition called Root Knot Nematodes which causes gradual deterioration of the grass quality.
CULPRITS: Root Knot Nematodes ruined the pitch; PITCH WOES: The grass will be replaced for the autumn rugby internationals