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Authors: G.E. Walker and M.F. Wachtel

THE INFLUENCE OF SOIL SOLARISATION AND NON-FUMIGANT NEMATICIDES ON INFECTION OF MELOIDOGYNE JAVANICA BY PASTEURIA PENETRANS BY G. E. WALKER and M. F. WACHTEL South Australian Department of Agriculture, Box 411, Loxton, South Australia, 5333 Oxamyl and phenamiphos applied directly to

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production in Almería (Southern Spain), the largest horticultural growing area of covered crops in Europe (Talavera et al. , 2012 ). Worldwide, pesticides with nematicide activity, as well as cultural practices such as crop rotation and the use of resistant varieties, are used to control numerous species

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Pathology Branch, Meiers Road, Indooroopilly, Queensland, 4068, Australia and 3) Department of Microbiology, The Univer- sity of Queensland, Queensland, 4072, Australia Soil was obtained from a tomato-growing field near Bowen, Queensland, where the nematicide fenamiphos was reported to have lost its

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Authors: J.M. Stanton and C. Torres

applied to infected seedlings 1 wk after inoculation. Thiabendazole increased growth of uninoculated plants. Keywords: nematicides, control, seed treatment, systemic effects, fungicides. Desmodium ovalifolium Wall. is a perennial shrub which has great potential as a pasture legume in association with

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(Deliopoulos et al ., 2007 ). Nearly 180 t of granular nematicides were applied on approximately 40 000 ha of potato land in the UK in 2006, the main active ingredients used being the carbamates oxamyl and aldicarb, and the organophosphates fosthiazate and ethoprophos (Food and Environment Research

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Nematicides are a vital component in the integrated management of potato cyst nematodes (PCN), Globodera rostochiensis and G. pallida , in the United Kingdom (Haydock & Evans, 1998 ). However, due to environmental concerns and the risk posed to human health, a number of nematicides have been

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often relies solely on the use of synthetic nematicides, could benefit from a more holistic approach that also considers the impact of those nematicides on soil health. Consequently, we need to understand how soil-applied nematicides interact with organisms that contribute to the overall soil health

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inactive. Keywords: Phenols, phenoxyacetic acid esters, hydrazides, juvenile mortality, synthetic pro- ducts, nematicides, nematode control. The short-chain alkylating agents and cholinesterase inhibiting carbamates and organophosphates are much used in nematode pest control and little effort has

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entomopathogenic nematodes. In the experiments 24 fungicides, 25 herbicides, 18 insecticides, 5 acaricides and 2 nematicides were tested altogether. The fungicides fentin-acetate, dodine and carbendazirn, the herbicides alachlor and paraquat, the insecticides parathion, phorate, terbufos, fonofos

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, nematicides, nematode control The mammalian acute toxicity problems associated with the use of organo- phosphates and carbamates as nematicides necessitated the development of other classes of compounds (Feldmesser & Kochansky, 1983) for their use to prevent crop losses due to nematode infestation

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