Louisiana Plant Pathology: Reniform Nematode

Charles Overstreet, Ferrin, Donald M., Mcgawley, Edward C.  |  10/30/2008 1:26:53 AM

During the past two decades, the reniform nematode has emerged as one of the most important nematode species of plant crops in Louisiana. It attacks a wide range of plant types and is particularly damaging to crops such as cotton, sweet potato, soybeans and many vegetables. Symptoms, management strategies and color images included. (PDF Format Only)
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