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Ditylenchus destructor in Hulls and Seeds of Peanut.
The potato rot nematode, Ditylenchus destructor Thorne, is reported for the first time in hulls and seeds of peanut. The populations found differed from D. dipsaei and D. myceliophagus in habitat,… Expand
First Report of Ditylenchus destructor in Pods and Seeds of Peanut
Soil populations and anastomosis groups of Rhizoctonia solani associated with peanut in Texas and New Mexico
Peanut Peg Strength: Force Required for Pod Detachment in Relation to Peg Structure1
Peanut peg strength was measured as a function of the force required to detach the peg from the pod or to break the peg, and peg anatomy and the intensity of phloroglucinol staining for lignin were directly correlated with peg detachment forces. Expand
Histopathology of Ditylenchus destructor on Peanut.
The time and mode of entry, and development of Ditylenchus destructor in peanut were studied in field and greenhouse experiments and Nematodes were found in the embryo but not in the cotyledons. Expand
Screening peanut plant introductions in controlled environment chambers for resistance to Rhizoctonia solani.
WOODARD, K. E., and B. L. JONES. 1980. Screening peanut plant introductions in controlled environment chambers for resistance to Rhizoctonia solani. Plant Disease 64:949-950. One-hundred forty-one… Expand
A Technique for Evaluating Peanut Germ Plasm for Resistance to Pythium myriotylum
The amount of seedling disease was positively and significantly correlated with the degree of Pythium pod rot in maturing plants of peanut genotypes PI 365553, PI 378012, Toalson, Tamnut 74, and Florunner. Expand