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Suppression of Reniform and Root-knot Nematode with Temik and Vydate

G. M. Lorenz, T. Kirkpatrick, R. Robbins, K. Rorie and A. Fisher


A reniform nematode study was conducted to determine the effect of various rates of temik (aldicarb) with and without vydate (oxamyl) for nematode suppression. Results indicated none of the treatments were significantly better than the untreated check. A root-knot study with various timings and rates of vydate also indicated no significant differences among treatments although all treatments except one were numerically greater than the untreated check. The results of the root-knot study were similar to a study conducted in 1995 where two applications of vydate applied at second true leaf and a week later was significantly greater than the untreated check.

Reprinted from Proceedings of the 1998 Beltwide Cotton Conferences pp. 138 - 139
©National Cotton Council, Memphis TN

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