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What happens to soil fumigants after nematode control?

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I. J. Thomason, University of California
C. E. Castro, University of California
R. C. Baines, University of California
R. Mankau, University of California

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California Agriculture 25(9):10-12.

Published September 01, 1971

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The results of research on nematicides, in addition to demonstrating remarkable yield increases of agricultural crops brought about by nematpde control, have also shown that EDB, DBCP and 1,3-D have no significant persistent adverse effects on the physical and biological composition of soil, or on the nutritional value of crops grown on treated soil. These successful nematicides are physically and/or biologically degradable.

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What happens to soil fumigants after nematode control?

I. J. Thomason, C. E. Castro, R. C. Baines, R. Mankau
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What happens to soil fumigants after nematode control?

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Authors

I. J. Thomason, University of California
C. E. Castro, University of California
R. C. Baines, University of California
R. Mankau, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 25(9):10-12.

Published September 01, 1971

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

The results of research on nematicides, in addition to demonstrating remarkable yield increases of agricultural crops brought about by nematpde control, have also shown that EDB, DBCP and 1,3-D have no significant persistent adverse effects on the physical and biological composition of soil, or on the nutritional value of crops grown on treated soil. These successful nematicides are physically and/or biologically degradable.

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Full text is available in PDF.

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