Root-knot nematodes, a growing problem for Conilon coffee in Espírito Santo state, Brazil

@article{Barros2014RootknotNA,
  title={Root-knot nematodes, a growing problem for Conilon coffee in Esp{\'i}rito Santo state, Brazil},
  author={A. F. Barros and Ros{\^a}ngela D.L. Oliveira and Idalina Maria Brasil Lima and R R Coutinho and A. O. Ferreira and A. Costa},
  journal={Crop Protection},
  year={2014},
  volume={55},
  pages={74-79}
}
Root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.) are non-quarantine pests that are subject to regulations in Brazil because they are limiting to coffee production and easily spread by planting infected seedlings. Containing their dissemination requires knowledge of their distribution in coffee-producing areas in order to establish phyto-sanitary measures. The object of this work is to evaluate the distribution of Meloidogyne spp. in Coffea spp. in Espirito Santo state, where coffee growing is expanding… Expand
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