Nernatocides increase onion yields
AuthorsN. C. Welch
J. D. Radewald
I. J. Thomson
H. E. Mc Kinney
Authors AffiliationsN. C. Welch is Farm Advisor, Sun Bernardino County; J. D. Radewald is Extension Nematologist, University of California, Riverside; I. J. Thomason is Associate Nematologist, University of California, Riverside; H. E. Mc-Kinney is Laboratory Technician 11, University of California, Riverside.
Hilgardia 18(6):14-15. DOI:10.3733/ca.v018n06p14. June 1964.
Production was increased by 30 to 50% in nematocide trials where onion fields we.re infested with nematodes in San Bernardino County. Preliminary greenhouse tests indicated that stubby root nematode had been one of the main factors in reducing onion yields.
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