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Systemic nematicide tested on greenhouse roses

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Kevin G. Silveira
Fujio Shibuya, University of California
John Radewald, UC
Jack L. Bivins

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California Agriculture 37(11):22-22.

Published November 01, 1983

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Not available – first paragraph follows: The root lesion nematode causes a gradual decline and, if uncontrolled, a severe loss in production (quality as well as quantity) of greenhouse-grown roses. The disease progresses gradually; aboveground symptoms include lack of vigor, chlorosis, and generally sparse vegetative growth with shortened blossom stems. Diseased roots may have distinct small brown lesions at first, but these usually expand until they coalesce and the tissue deteriorates.

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The authors gratefully acknowledge the cooperation of Paul Nielsen of Groen Rose Company, Goleta, California.

Systemic nematicide tested on greenhouse roses

Kevin G. Silveira, Fujio Shibuya, John Radewald, Jack L. Bivins
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Systemic nematicide tested on greenhouse roses

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Authors

Kevin G. Silveira
Fujio Shibuya, University of California
John Radewald, UC
Jack L. Bivins

Publication Information

California Agriculture 37(11):22-22.

Published November 01, 1983

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Not available – first paragraph follows: The root lesion nematode causes a gradual decline and, if uncontrolled, a severe loss in production (quality as well as quantity) of greenhouse-grown roses. The disease progresses gradually; aboveground symptoms include lack of vigor, chlorosis, and generally sparse vegetative growth with shortened blossom stems. Diseased roots may have distinct small brown lesions at first, but these usually expand until they coalesce and the tissue deteriorates.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors gratefully acknowledge the cooperation of Paul Nielsen of Groen Rose Company, Goleta, California.


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