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Plant Parasitic Nematodes of Corn
February 2011



By Dr. Tamra Jackson
Assistant Professor and Extension Scientist
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Phone:
402-472-2559
Email:tjackson3@unlnotes.unl.edu


Part 1: Introduction to Plant Parasitic Nematodes of Corn
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Part 2: Distribution and Management of
Plant Parasitic Nematodes of Corn

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Summary:

This presentation will help familiarize consultants, growers, and other practitioners, particularly in the north-central region of the U.S., with plant parasitic nematodes of corn and their management. Recent changes in corn production practices that are expected to inadvertently favor nematode survival are described in the presentation as well as the results from a survey of more than 2,000 Midwest corn fields. The introduction of new seed treatment nematicides of corn have generated renewed interest in monitoring nematode populations. Nematode management and results of some field trials are presented, as well as sampling strategies are described. By the end of the 2-part presentation, practitioners will better understand nematodes of corn, as well as their diversity, distribution, and management.


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