Global Knowledge And Its Application For The Integrated Control And Management Of Nematodes On Wheat

Part of the Integrated Management of Plant Pests and Diseases book series (IMPD, volume 2)


Importance of cereals and wheat nematodes in the world is revised. Distribution of cereal nematodes, species and pathotypes includes root lesion, cereal cyst nematodes and other cereal parasitic species. Life cycle, symptoms of damage and yield losses are also revised for root knot, stem and seed gall nematodes. Integrated control of cereal nematodes and some chemical, biological and cultural practices, including grass free rotations and fallowing with cultivation, are discussed. The effects of time of sowing, crop rotations and cultivation of resistant/tolerant varieties are also revised.


Cyst Nematode Plant Parasitic Nematode Global Knowledge Cereal Cyst Nematode Root Lesion Nematode 
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  1. 1.International Wheat And Maize Improvement Center (Cimmyt),Wheat ProgramTurkey
  2. 2.2UMR INRA/ENSAR, Biologie des Organismes et des Populations Appliquée à la Protection des Plantes (BiO3P)France

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