TESTS WITH THREE UBIQUITOUS MATERIALS FOR BIOCONTROL OF MELOIDOGYNE INCOGNITA INFECTING TOMATO PLANTS

TARJAN, A.C.

Abstract


Slurries of onion and garlic, and dried water hyacinth were applied to tomato plants infected with Meloidogyne incognita in replicated, randomized glasshouse tests. After two months, plant weights and number of root knots/g root were evaluated. There were no evidences of increased plant growth or nematode control resulting tram treatments.

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