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CISR: Sting Nematode


CISR: Sting Nematode

Thursday, October 22nd, 2009

The Situation: The Sting nematode is an important pathogen on most agricultural and horticultural crops, including turf, citrus and grapes. This ectoparasite is native to sandy soils in the southeastern and Midwestern United States. In 1992, UC Riverside nematologists discovered that several golf courses in the Coachella Valley were heavily infested with sting nematodes. The […]


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