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The role of nematophagous fungi in control of beet nematode populations


, : The role of nematophagous fungi in control of beet nematode populations. Ochrona Roslin 50(3): 8-11

Crop losses caused by the beet nematode (Heterodera schachtii) in Poland reach 30%. Investigations were conducted in Koniczynce to study the effect of crop rotations and use of organic fertilizers on soil fungi controlling H. schachtii populations in beet. Data are tabulated on occurrence of 15 fungal species isolated from eggs and cysts of the beet nematode depending on the use of organic soil amendment (straw, cow manure and mustard plants).

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