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Studies on the root-lesion nematodes associated with successive growing failure of chrysanthemum. II. The effect of Pratylenchus fallax on growth and excess-moisture tolerance of chrysanthemum


, : Studies on the root-lesion nematodes associated with successive growing failure of chrysanthemum. II. The effect of Pratylenchus fallax on growth and excess-moisture tolerance of chrysanthemum. Japanese Journal of Nematology 4: 13-19

In pot experiments, 3 cultivars of chrysanthemum (Iyasaka, Seikonohana and Seimeinohana) were each grown in soil uninfested, moderately infested or heavily infested with Pratylenchus fallax. Wilting in each case was compared after submergence in water (for 3 days at room temperature followed by 3 days at 23 deg C for the first 2 cultivars, and for 2 days at 24 deg C followed by one day at 17 deg C for the third).

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