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Burrowing Nematode, a Major Pest in the Tropics

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Title: Burrowing Nematode, a Major Pest in the Tropics
Authors: Sipes, B. S.
Schmitt, D. P.
Nelson, S. C.
Keywords: Radopholus similis
signs and symptoms (plants)
disease and pest management
Issue Date: Apr 2001
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Sipes BS, Schmitt DP, Nelson SC. 2001. Burrowing nematode, a major pest in the tropics. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 3 p. (Plant Disease; PD-21).
Series/Report no.: Plant Disease
Abstract: Radopholus similis is a serious pathogen affecting a wide range of plants grown in Hawaii. Control options in nursery crops, including anthurium, and field plantings are discussed.
Pages/Duration: 3 pages
Appears in Collections:Plant Disease, 1997 - present

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