Resistance to and Tolerance of Plant Parasitic Nematodes in Plants

@inproceedings{Trudgill1991ResistanceTA,
  title={Resistance to and Tolerance of Plant Parasitic Nematodes in Plants},
  author={David L. Trudgill},
  year={1991}
}
Resistant cultivars have several advantages over other methods of reducing nematode populations: their use requires little or no technology and is cost effective; they allow rotations to be shortened and best use to be made of the land; and they do not leave toxic residues. In contrast, nematic ides are uneconomic on many lower-value crops and when used on high-value crops are applied at relatively high rates with the consequential risk of toxic residues (16). Resistant cultivars also need to… CONTINUE READING

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