Resistance could be key to Temik loss

Smith, Ron
February 2011
Southwest Farm Press;2/3/2011, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p14
Trade Publication
Information discussed at a panel discussion during the Beltwide Cotton Conferences in Atlanta, Georgia is presented. Topics include the agricultural potential of resistant cultivars as the best alternative among cotton farmers for nematode control prior to the complete phasing out of Temik soil-applied insecticide, its advantages and limitations and research and extension recommendations. The event features several nematologists including Richard Davis and Terry Wheeler.


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