Natural enemies of nematodes: Studies of complex soil environment aimed at favoring fungi and other organisms that limit plant nematode populations
California Agriculture 13(9):24-24.
Published September 01, 1959
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Nematodes are attacked by a variety of organisms including protozoa, fungi, and other nematodes. There are indications that some bacteria may cause reductions in nematode populations and, although no virus diseases of nematodes are known at present, some conceivably exist.