Meloidogyne hapla development on growing legume plants – Short Communication

https://doi.org/10.17221/156/2018-PPSCitation:Dobosz R., Krawczyk R. (2019): Meloidogyne hapla development on growing legume plants – Short Communication. Plant Protect. Sci., 55: 274-277.
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The legume genus lupine, pea, faba bean and common vetch were cultivated under natural conditions in pots filled with soil naturally infected with Meloidogyne hapla Chitwood, 1949. The nematode population density increased relevantly in the soil planted with the faba bean (cultivars (cvs.) Bobas, Amulet, Albus) and the pea cv. Lasso, in which numerous root galls and egg masses appeared. The narrow-leaved lupine (cvs. Karo, Zeus), yellow lupine (cvs. Parys, Lord) and white lupine (cv. Boros) cultivation decreased the nematode population density and these were not statistically significant when compared with the nematode density in a fallow soil.

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