Survival of the sugarbeet cyst nematode in the alimentary canal of cattle
AuthorsDemetrios G. Kontaxis
Glen P. Lofgreen
H. E. Mckinney
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Hilgardia 30(3):15-15. DOI:10.3733/ca.v030n03p15. March 1976.
The sugarbeet cyst nematode can survive in the alimentary canal of cattle. Manure from cattle fed on cyst nematode infected plant material disseminates this pest.
Kontaxis D, Lofgreen G, Thomason I, Mckinney H. 1976. Survival of the sugarbeet cyst nematode in the alimentary canal of cattle. Hilgardia 30(3):15-15. DOI:10.3733/ca.v030n03p15
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