Host Preference and Seedborne Transmission of Ditylenchus weischeri and D. dipsaci on Select Pulse and Non-Pulse Crops Grown in the Canadian Prairies.

@article{Hajihassani2016HostPA,
  title={Host Preference and Seedborne Transmission of Ditylenchus weischeri and D. dipsaci on Select Pulse and Non-Pulse Crops Grown in the Canadian Prairies.},
  author={Abolfazl Hajihassani and M. Tenuta and R. Gulden},
  journal={Plant disease},
  year={2016},
  volume={100 6},
  pages={
          1087-1092
        }
}
The stem nematode Ditylenchus weischeri was recently reported on creeping thistle (Cirsium arvense) in Canada. Two greenhouse studies examined host suitability of crops commonly grown in the Canadian Prairies for D. weischeri and the closely related parasite of many crops, D. dipsaci. In the first study, common pulse crops (yellow pea, chickpea, common bean, and lentil), spring wheat, canola, creeping thistle, and garlic were evaluated. Plant biomass and reproductive factor (Rf = nematode… Expand
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