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Incidence and parasitism of Pratylenchus zeae in sugar cane in Panama with indications of the relative susceptibility of certain cultivars


, : Incidence and parasitism of Pratylenchus zeae in sugar cane in Panama with indications of the relative susceptibility of certain cultivars. Turrialba 27(3): 259-266

Of twelve varieties, H39-5803 and PR62.285 were regarded as tolerant as they were not damaged despite a relatively high rate of reproduction by P. zeae.

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