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Evaluation of 15 Trifolium spp. and of Medicago sativa as Hosts of Four Meloidogyne spp. Found in New Zealand.

@article{Mercer1997EvaluationO1,
  title={Evaluation of 15 Trifolium spp. and of Medicago sativa as Hosts of Four Meloidogyne spp. Found in New Zealand.},
  author={C. Mercer and K. J. Miller},
  journal={Journal of nematology},
  year={1997},
  volume={29 4S},
  pages={
          673-6
        }
}
The predominant root-knot nematode in New Zealand pastures is Meloidogyne trifoliophila, identified until recently as M. hapla. Clarification was needed on the host range of these two species on legumes found in New Zealand pastures and on clover species closely related to Trifolium repens. In a greenhouse test, 15 Trifolium spp. and Medicago sativa were inoculated with eggs of M. trifoliophila, M. hapla, M. incognita, or M. javanica. All legumes tested were hosts to some degree to each of the… Expand
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