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The movement and toxicity of preplant soil fumigants for nematode control: Preplant fumigations with 1, 3-D nematicides

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Michael V. McKenry , Kearney Horticultural Field Station, Parlier.
Ivan J. Thomason, UC Riverside.
Douglas E. Johnson, Monterey County
Rudy Neja, Monterey County
Fred H. Swanson, Fresno County.

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California Agriculture 32(1):12-13.

Published January 01, 1978

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Although nematodes cannot be chemically eradicated over a large area, the correct quantity of fumigant, applied to the site of the nematodes, in a field that is in proper condition, may provide protection for 6 months t o 6 years.

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The movement and toxicity of preplant soil fumigants for nematode control: Preplant fumigations with 1, 3-D nematicides

Michael V. McKenry, Ivan J. Thomason, Douglas E. Johnson, Rudy Neja, Fred H. Swanson
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The movement and toxicity of preplant soil fumigants for nematode control: Preplant fumigations with 1, 3-D nematicides

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Authors

Michael V. McKenry , Kearney Horticultural Field Station, Parlier.
Ivan J. Thomason, UC Riverside.
Douglas E. Johnson, Monterey County
Rudy Neja, Monterey County
Fred H. Swanson, Fresno County.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 32(1):12-13.

Published January 01, 1978

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Although nematodes cannot be chemically eradicated over a large area, the correct quantity of fumigant, applied to the site of the nematodes, in a field that is in proper condition, may provide protection for 6 months t o 6 years.

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Full text is available in PDF.

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