Use and Effectiveness of Nematicides
to Manage Nematodes in Cotton
By Travis R. Faske, Ph.D.
Extension Plant Pathologist
University of Arkansas
Division of Agriculture
Lonoke Extension Center
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Plant-parasitic nematodes are of the most important, yield-limiting pathogens that affect cotton production in the southern United States. As result of this importance the chemical industry has marketed and registered a few new nematicides in cotton. This presentation will introduce these new nematicides, provide some information on efficacy, and how they perform in the field compared to other standard seed applied and in-furrow applied nematicides.