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- Osunlola, Oluremi Solomon; Fawole, Bamidele
- International journal of agronomy 2015 v.2015 no.725363 pp. 5
- Meloidogyne incognita; analysis of variance; carbofuran; cattle manure; feces; fertilizers; field experimentation; goats; horse manure; nematicides; nematode control; pathogens; pollution; poultry; reproduction; root-knot nematodes; soil; sweet potatoes; vines
- ... Root-knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita , is an important animate pathogen causing major damage and severe reductions in the growth, yield, and quality of sweet potato. Nematicides are expensive and their application also causes environmental pollution. A field experiment was therefore conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of poultry dung (10 or 20 t/ha), cow dung (10 or 20 t/ha), horse dung ( ...