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Strawberry varieties Kurume and Miazaki imported into Israel from Japan were found infested, on roots and stem bases, with Meloidogyne javanica and, a few plants, with M. hapla. Inoculation tests confirmed the identification because both pepper and groundnuts were uninfested by the Japanese M. javanica. Tomato was highly susceptible to it and six of nine Lassen variety strawberry plants became infested with healthy, egg-laying females. The local M. javanica produced only a few poorly developed females on Lassen and M. hapla produced none. Most of the Japanese strawberry plants tested remained free from infestation with local strains of M. javanica. The results suggest that the Japanese M. javanica is a distinct strain capable of attacking strawberries. 
M.T.F.

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A strain of Meloidogyne javanica attacking strawberries
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Strawberry varieties Kurume and Miazaki imported into Israel from Japan were found infested, on roots and stem bases, with Meloidogyne javanica and, a few plants, with M. hapla. Inoculation tests confirmed the identification because both pepper and groundnuts were uninfested by the Japanese M. javanica. Tomato was highly susceptible to it and six of nine Lassen variety strawberry plants became infested with healthy, egg-laying females. The local M. javanica produced only a few poorly developed females on Lassen and M. hapla produced none. Most of the Japanese strawberry plants tested remained free from infestation with local strains of M. javanica. The results suggest that the Japanese M. javanica is a distinct strain capable of attacking strawberries. 
M.T.F.

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