Pathologist calls for funding to combat cotton nematodes

Langcuster, Jim
October 2003
Southeast Farm Press;10/15/2003, Vol. 30 Issue 24, p15
Trade Publication
Reports on the recommendations of Bill Gazaway, retired plant pathologist and nematologist with the Alabama Extension System, to combat the spread of reniform nematode infestation in cotton fields in Alabama. Importance of better funded research on reniform nematodes and educational outreach; Advantage of one-year corn and peanut rotation.


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