Louisiana Plant Pathology: Strategies for Sampling Plant-Parasitic Nematodes in Field Crops

Charles Overstreet, Singh, Raghuwinder, Hollier, Clayton A., Ferrin, Donald M., Mcgawley, Edward C.  |  2/10/2010 9:44:59 PM

Plant-parasitic nematodes attack every field crop grown in Louisiana, including cotton, soybeans, corn, milo, rice, sugarcane, sweet potatoes and wheat. There are certain times of the year when nematode samples should be collected. The best time usually is during fall or early winter. Sampling time, procedures and handling included. (PDF Format Only)
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