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Host Range, Biology, and Factors Affecting Survival and Reproduction of the Stubby Root Nematode
The Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico
Populations of T. allius increased to levels nine times higher in Glurk tobacco plants infected with California tobacco rattle virus than in healthy plants of the same variety and age. Populations of T. christiei increased with applications of Hoagland's nutrient solution diluted up to 50-percent concentration, whereas population densities were low at the highest concentration (100 percent), and in water alone. Trichodorus allius did not seem to be affected to a large extent by similardoi:10.46429/jaupr.v54i2.11098 fatcat:mkugm6wssvbcvnqqzwelwdiphu