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Survey of crop losses in response to phytoparasitic nematodes in the United States for 1994.

@article{Koenning1999SurveyOC,
  title={Survey of crop losses in response to phytoparasitic nematodes in the United States for 1994.},
  author={S. Koenning and C. Overstreet and J. Noling and P. Donald and J. O. Becker and B. A. Fortnum},
  journal={Journal of nematology},
  year={1999},
  volume={31 4S},
  pages={
          587-618
        }
}
Previous reports of crop losses to plant-parasitic nematodes have relied on published results of survey data based on certain commodities, including tobacco, peanuts, cotton, and soybean. Reports on crop-loss assessment by land-grant universities and many commodity groups generally are no longer available, with the exception of the University of Georgia, the Beltwide Cotton Conference, and selected groups concerned with soybean. The Society of Nematologists Extension Committee contacted… Expand
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