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Root Knot Nematode Resistance in Cotton (Advanced to Phase 4)Root Knot Nematode Resistance technology in cotton can reduce root knot nematode populations by 60 percent.
Keith Ottesen, clerk of the course at Chepstow, said yesterday: "We are repairing several small, isolated areas by hand, raking out the areas of turf affected by the root knot nematodes.
If you produce your own plants from seed of resistant varieties or purchase plants from a local grower who sells only plants produced locally, you will avoid not only late blight but also fusarium and verticillium wilt fungus, tobacco mosaic virus, root knot nematode and other challenges.
uk CAPTION(S): CULPRITS: Root Knot Nematodes ruined the pitch; PITCH WOES: The grass will be replaced for the autumn rugby internationals
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.
Mulch against the root knot nematode A report came from the University of Florida Agricultural Experiment Station over 20 years ago revealing the value of humus against nematodes.
Brassicas are being field tested in north Queensland and the Philippines for their ability to suppress plant disease, particularly bacterial wilt and root knot nematodes.
One widespread problem was the presence of a microscopic worm, the root knot nematode, which devours potato plants and burrows inside the tuber.