The mouth parts of nematodes
This nemtode's body changes shape and is usually swollen
Root symptom damage and reduced ability of the plant to obtain water and nutrients from the soil.
Affects of nematodes
If a plant dies rapidly with the leaves still attached, nematodes usually ___________the major problem.
Wilting, stunting, yellowing, thinning, dying
symptoms of nematodes
The changes and damage to the root system caused by nematodes allow these to get into the plant.
fungi and bacteria
Liriope and daylilies ______________host plants for root-knot nematodes.
Lesion nematodes are migratory _____________________.
Sting, awl, and stubby root nematodes are __________________________.
Sting nematodes are found in ________________soil.
Awl nematodes are found in ________________soil.
Native North Americans pines are usually ____________________ pine wilt nematodes.
Codiaem variegatum is usually ____________________root knot nematodes.
Plants on which a particular nematode cannot reproduce.
Plants that can be fed on by the nematode, but are not damaged.
Most references to "nematode susceptibility" in popular literature refer to ___________nematodes.
Lilies are susceptible to ________________nematode.
Adding organic amendments can increase the natural enemies of nematodes and suppress the the nematodes population.
Adding any organic matter will release chemicals and gases that are toxic to the nematode population.
Replacing nematode infested soil with _________ soil will delay the infection of the new plants.