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By JOHN; STARR, JAMES. BRIDGE

The microscopic soil and plant nematodes which are parasitic on crop crops should be very destructive, and are often no longer obvious to the bare eye. Their microscopic dimension implies that associating them with crop harm is principally depending on identifying the indications in their results on crops or plant progress. the wear and indicators triggered should be seen above flooring yet, except bad development and yield of the crops, the explicit nematode can simply be visible less than the floor within the plant organs; more often than not the roots, rhizomes, bulbs, corms and tubers.This booklet goals to assist humans operating commercially with crop vegetation to spot and enhance their analysis of nematodes of agricultural significance. there's an introductory bankruptcy on nematode biology and parasitism, and the plants they're prone to assault. Crop chapters are divided into grain legumes, greens, flower plants, cereals, root and tuber vegetation, and tree and plantation vegetation. insurance comprises distribution, id, signs and analysis, with administration feedback additionally provided. a last bankruptcy outlines universal equipment utilized in nematology.This booklet is worthwhile to a variety of pros together with growers, farmers and scholars operating in crop safeguard, plant pathology, and agriculture.

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Primary economic loss arises from reduction in quality of infected seed rather than from suppression of yield quantity. 31 Management Destruction of infected shells rather than incorporation into peanut field soil will reduce the likelihood of infection of a new crop from infected seed sources. If hot, dry conditions prevail during harvest, then drying the dug pods in the field prior to storage reduces the severity of the nematode infection. A simple hot water treatment will eradicate nematodes from seeds: seeds are immersed for 5 minutes in four times their volume of water which has been pre-heated to 60°C and removed from the heat.

75 H IRSCHMANNIELLA SPP. ; root damage produces stunted growth and leaf chlorosis normally seen in clearly defined patches in the field. Tillering and yields are reduced. Nematodes invade roots and migrate through the cortical tissues causing cell necrosis and cavities (75, 76). Infected roots turn brown and rot. Hirschmanniella spp. are migratory endoparasites feeding on cortical cells of rice roots, invading through the epidermal layers. When roots are examined microscopically, the nematodes, being relatively large, can often be found partially embedded in the tissues in the process of invading (75).

D ITYLENCHUS DIPSACI (K ÜHN ) F ILIPJEV Symptoms and diagnosis Common symptoms on garden pea and broad bean include swollen, distorted stems and petioles, with distinct lesions that are reddish brown to black in colour (40). Lesions on the leaves may be confused with those of various fungal pathogens. Pods and seeds may also exhibit distortion and discolouration (41). Plant death occurs in extreme cases. Infection by D. dipsaci is often accompanied by infection from secondary pathogens, especially in later stages of disease development.

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