Sugar-beet nematode activity: Yields increased by early planting in sugar-beet nematode infested fields in date-of-planting tests in Monterey County
AuthorD. J. Raski
Author AffiliationsD. J. Raski is Associate Nematologist, University of California, Davis.
Hilgardia 13(5):4-4. DOI:10.3733/ca.v013n05p4. May 1959.
Sugar-beet yields of 18.1-22.6 tons per acre were produced in a field heavily infested with the sugar-beet nematode– Heterodera schachtii Schmidt–near Salinas when plantings were made in February or earlier. Plantings in March and April produced 6.1-8.8 tons per acre.
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