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  1. 1975-01-01 219 pages, illustrated
  2. 2002-01-01 24 pages
  3. 2008-01-01 No page numbers ATTRA Publication #IP287
  4. Dr. Edward Berkalaar, ECHO, November 16, Workshop Session (PowerPoint page copies)
  5. 115 pages, illustrated, photos
  6. 1988-11-01 91 pages, illustrated. Part 1: Soil dwellers; Part 2: Order Oxyurida, Family Thelastomatidae, Parasites of cockroaches and bess beetles
  7. Very useful to farmers, home gardeners, county agents and others interested in growing plants and who have occasion to be concerned about the problem of controlling nematodes may fine helpful information in this book.
  8. 2018-11-20 Root-knot nematodes invade crop roots, form galls, and steal plant nutrients causing 125 billion dollars of crop loss worldwide (Ara and Hossain, 2011). Biological control methods such as compost, yard waste, and organic fertilizers can release nematicidal compounds as they decompose (McSorley,...
  9. 1994-10-19 Information about nematodes affecting agroforestry trees. Nematodes are tiny “wire worms” that abound in the soil. The root-knot nematode,Meloidogyne incognita, is one of the most infamous, both for its devastating effect on crops and the ease with which its presence can be identified. The...
  10. 2002-04-20 Plant-parasitic nematodes are a problem for farmers throughout the tropics and subtropics. Most species of nematodes are not actually plant or animal parasites, but the ones that are parasitic make up a small but important minority.