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Phytopathologia Mediterranea

Trials were carried out in established orchards in Israel with three chemicals to test their efficacity in controlling the citrus nematode, and to evaluate their modes of application. Cynem, at rate of 10 and 40 kg/ha a.i. in a granular formulation, worked into the soil and followed by sprinkler irrigation, failed to give nematode control. Diazinon, at a rate of 1 cc/m² a.i., applied as spray and in basins, also failed to reduce nematode populations, and at a rate of 15 cc/m² a.i. reduced nematode infestation levels by about 30 %. DBCP, applied in basins at a rate of 25 1/ha a.i. reduced nematode population levels by about 70%, and at a rate of 50 1/ha a.i. gave almost complete control. DBCP, when applied through a sprinkler irrigation system in a light soil penetrated the soil poorly and more than doubled rates were necessary to provide nematode control levels attained by applying the same chemical in basins. When applied in basins in a heavy soil, DBCP gave inadequate nematode control.

 

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Application of nematocides in established orchards for controlling the Citrus nematode, Tylenchulus semipenetrans Cobb
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Trials were carried out in established orchards in Israel with three chemicals to test their efficacity in controlling the citrus nematode, and to evaluate their modes of application. Cynem, at rate of 10 and 40 kg/ha a.i. in a granular formulation, worked into the soil and followed by sprinkler irrigation, failed to give nematode control. Diazinon, at a rate of 1 cc/m² a.i., applied as spray and in basins, also failed to reduce nematode populations, and at a rate of 15 cc/m² a.i. reduced nematode infestation levels by about 30 %. DBCP, applied in basins at a rate of 25 1/ha a.i. reduced nematode population levels by about 70%, and at a rate of 50 1/ha a.i. gave almost complete control. DBCP, when applied through a sprinkler irrigation system in a light soil penetrated the soil poorly and more than doubled rates were necessary to provide nematode control levels attained by applying the same chemical in basins. When applied in basins in a heavy soil, DBCP gave inadequate nematode control.

 

https://www.jstor.org/stable/42683685?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents

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