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Hot water treatment of hop rhizomes for nematode control

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A. R. Maggenti, University of California

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California Agriculture 16(10):11-12.

Published October 01, 1962

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Soaking hop rhizomes in hot water—122° F for 10 minutes or 125° F for five minutes—kills nematodes and does not injure the rhizomes, according to tests at Davis. Fumigating hop yards before planting controls root-knot and dagger nematodes more effectively than side-dressing chisel applications. However, stock planted after fumigation must be free of nematodes.

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Hot water treatment of hop rhizomes for nematode control

A. R. Maggenti
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Hot water treatment of hop rhizomes for nematode control

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Authors

A. R. Maggenti, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 16(10):11-12.

Published October 01, 1962

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Soaking hop rhizomes in hot water—122° F for 10 minutes or 125° F for five minutes—kills nematodes and does not injure the rhizomes, according to tests at Davis. Fumigating hop yards before planting controls root-knot and dagger nematodes more effectively than side-dressing chisel applications. However, stock planted after fumigation must be free of nematodes.

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