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The interaction of Pseudomonas chlororaphis strain Sm3 and the root-lesion nematode Praty-lenchus penetrans was investigated in three separate greenhouse experiments with soils from southern British Columbia, Canada. The bacteria were applied to the roots of strawberry plants and planted in unpasteurized field soils, with natural or supplemented infestation of P. penetrans. Nematode suppression in roots was evident after 6 or 10 weeks in all experiments. Root or shoot growth were increasedfatcat:vrc3hprsqbgsbh2u2vk2uovxka