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Morphological, Molecular, and Differential-Host Characterization of Meloidogyne floridensis n. sp. (Nematoda: Meloidogynidae), a Root-Knot Nematode Parasitizing Peach in Florida.
A root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne floridensis n. sp., is described and illustrated from peach originally collected from Gainesville, Florida. This new species resembles M. incognita, M. christiei, M.
Entomopathogenic Nematodes and Bacteria Applications for Control of the Pecan Root-Knot Nematode, Meloidogyne partityla, in the Greenhouse.
Investigation of suppressive effects of Steinernema feltiae and S. riobrave applied as infective juveniles and in infected host insects indicates that treatments applied are not sufficient for controlling M. partityla.
Biological control of the phytoparasitic nematode Mesocriconema xenoplax on peach trees.
Seven fluorescent Pseudomonas spp. capable of inhibiting reproduction of Mesocriconema xenoplax have been isolated from soil sites that suppress both nematode multiplication and Peach Tree Short Life
trace elements, metals, nutrition, yield, over fertilization, zinc Keywor s This communication reports that the mouse-ear or little-leaf disorder and the associated replant disease of pecan ICar.vu
Influence of Criconemella xenoplax and Pruning Time on Short Life of Peach Trees.
  • A. Nyczepir
  • Biology, Medicine
    Journal of nematology
  • 15 January 1990
Influences of Criconemella xenoplax and pruning dates were studied in field microplots with 'Nemaguard' peach cuttings on a site not previously planted to peaches. Trees with or without C. xenoplax
Mouse-ear of Pecan: A Nickel Deficiency
Foliar application of Ni to ME prone trees in mid-October or soon after budbreak, is an effective means of preventing or minimizing ME, and supports the role of Ni as an essential plant nutrient element.
Relative Tolerance of Selected Soybean Cultivars to Hoplolaimus columbus and Possible Effects of Soil Temperature.
Soybean cultivars resistant to one or more plant-parasitic nematodes, and one resistant to the Mexican bean beetle, were tested for susceptibility to Hoplolaimus columbus, and 'Pickett-71' was the most susceptible host among the cultivars tested.
Field-screening Prunus for Longevity in the Southeastern United States
Long-term field trials of a wide range of peach germplasm on two peach tree short-life (PTSL) sites revealed marked differences in survival among lines, with B594520-9 survived best in Georgia and South Carolina, providing significantly greater longevity than Lovell, the standard rootstock for use on PTSL sites.