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Nematicidal Effects of Azadirachta indica Seed Extract on Meloidogyne spp.

@inproceedings{Gravanis2011NematicidalEO,
  title={Nematicidal Effects of Azadirachta indica Seed Extract on Meloidogyne spp.},
  author={Gravanis and I. Vagelas and Leontopoulos and Natsiopoulos},
  year={2011}
}
Root-Knot Nematodes (RKN) Meloidogyne spp. significantly affects glasshouse tomatoes in Central Greece. Elimination or halting J2s could be an efficient strategy to control RKN. Recently, it was reported that a commercial product of Neem (Azadirachta indica) seed extract (Azadirachtin 1% Emulsion Concentrate-EC) significantly reduced the number of galls on tomato roots and egg masses, compared to the untreated control. In the present study neem proved to have a direct immobilising effect on RKN… 
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