Vineyard management and nematode populations
Michael V. McKenry
Authors AffiliationsHoward Ferris is Assistant Nematologist, Department of Nematology, University of California, Riverside; Michael V. McKenry is Assistant Nematologist, U.C. Kearney Horticultural Field Station, Parlier.
Hilgardia 31(10):6-7. DOI:10.3733/ca.v031n10p6. October 1977.
Many factors in soil interact to reduce the effectiveness of grapevine roots, compounding the debilitating effects of nematodes on grapevines. Since optimum grape production requires a healthy, vigorous root system, these factors must be considered in vineyard management.
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