EFFECTS OF WINTER AND FALL COVER CROPS ON PLANT-PARASITIC NEMATODE POPULATION DEVELOPMENT

@inproceedings{Wang2002EFFECTSOW,
  title={EFFECTS OF WINTER AND FALL COVER CROPS ON PLANT-PARASITIC NEMATODE POPULATION DEVELOPMENT},
  author={Kang Han Wang and Robert Mcsorley and Raymond Noel Gallaher and Ronald Scott Tubbs and Edzard van Santen},
  year={2002}
}
Combinations of winter and fall cover crops were evalu­ ated for the management of plant-parasitic nematodes. The winter cover crops examined wer e rye ( Secale cereale) and narr ow-leafed lupin ( Lupinus angustifolius) and the fall cover crops were soybean ( Glycine max), cowpea ( Vigna unguiculata), sorghum-sudangrass ( Sor­ ghum bicolor x S. sudanense), sun hemp ( Crotalaria juncea), and corn ( Zea mays). A summer crop of corn was 

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