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26th Southern Conservation Tillage Conference

Powell, W.M. 2001. Plant susceptibility to major nematodes in Georgia. Bulletin 904. Cooperative Extension Service/The University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Athens, GA.

Rodriguez-Kabana, R., and M.H. Pope. 1981. nematodes from soil. Nematropica 11:175-185.

A simple incubation method for the extraction of

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Schroeder, J., S. Thomas, and L. Murray. 1993. Yellow and purple nutsedge and chile peppers host southern root knot nematode. Weed Science 41: 150-156.

Shurtleff, M.C, and C.W. Averre. 2000. Diagnosing plant diseases caused by nematodes. The American Phytopathological Society, St. Paul, MN.

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Tedford, E.C., and B.A. Fortnum. 1988. Weed hosts of Meloidogyne arenaria and M. incognita common in tobacco fields in South Carolina. Annals of Applied Nematology 2: 102-105.

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Table 1. Predominant weed flora in natural fallows and cropping systems at four sites in Florida.

Weeds Amaranthaceae Amaranthus spp. Cruciferae Lepidium virginicum Chenopodiaceae Chenopodium sp. Cyperaceae Cyperus rotundus Graminae Brachiaria sp. Digitaria spp. Sorghum halepense Leguminosae Indigofera hirsuta Vigna unguiculata Rubiaceae Richardia scabra

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