Entomopathogenic and plant pathogenic nematodes as opposing forces in agriculture.

  title={Entomopathogenic and plant pathogenic nematodes as opposing forces in agriculture.},
  author={Eric Kenney and Ioannis Eleftherianos},
  journal={International journal for parasitology},
  volume={46 1},
Plant-parasitic nematodes are responsible for substantial damages within the agriculture industry every year, which is a challenge that has thus far gone largely unimpeded. Chemical nematicides have been employed with varying degrees of success, but their implementation can be cumbersome, and furthermore they could potentially be neutralising an otherwise positive effect from the entomopathogenic nematodes that coexist with plant-parasitic nematodes in soil environments and provide protection… CONTINUE READING
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