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Nematodes Publications & Resources

Alfalfa Nematodes in Idaho > PDF
This publication offers information for the alfalfa grower on various parasitic nematodes that affect their crops. It covers the distribution, life cycle, symptoms, impact, and management strategies f . . . . . more details
 

Cereal Cyst Nematodes: Biology and Management in Pacific Northwest Wheat, Barley, and Oat Crops > PDF
Cereal cyst nematodes reduce yields of wheat, barley, and oats in the Pacific Northwest states of Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. It is estimated that these pests reduce wheat profitability in these st . . . . . more details
 

Cleaning and Disinfecting Potato Equipment and Storage Facilities > PDF
One important step in preventing the spread of potato diseases from field to field is the careful cleaning of equipment used in potato fields and by the effective cleaning of storage facilities before . . . . . more details
 

Economic and Environmental Impact of Nematode Research and Extension Program on the Idaho Agricultural Industry > PDF
This publication outlines the beneficial environmental and economic impact of nematode research on the Idaho agricultural industry. It has information on the historical perspective of research, variou . . . . . more details
 

Nematodes Associated with Onion in Idaho and Eastern Oregon > PDF
The most common nematodes on onion in Idaho and eastern Oregon are root-lesion nematodes (Pratylenchus spp.), root-knot nematode (Meloidognye hapla), stem nematode (Ditylenchus d . . . . . more details
 

Plant-parasitic nematodes affecting small grain cereals in the Pacific Northwest > PDF
Discusses several species of plant-parasitic nematodes that occur where small-grain crops are produced in the Pacific Northwest. Covers nematode biology, symptoms of injury, yield constraints, managem . . . . . more details
 

Root-lesion Nematodes: Biology and Management in Pacific Northwest Wheat Cropping Systems > PDF
Nematodes are tiny but complex unsegmented roundworms that are anatomically differentiated for feeding, digestion, locomotion, and reproduction. These small animals make important contributions to org . . . . . more details
 

Sampling Procedure to Diagnose Nematode Infestations > PDF
Nematode sampling has become increasingly important in modern agriculture. This publication covers information on diagnosis of nematode infestations, sampling patterns, where to take samples, and . . . . . more details
 

Soil Fumigation: A Tool for Sugar Beet Cyst Nematode Management > PDF
Nematodes are major sugar beet pests. One of the worst for growers in Idaho and eastern Oregon is the cyst nematode (Heterodera schachtii), which afflicts over half of the region’s sugar beet . . . . . more details
 

Sugar Beet Nematodes in Idaho and Eastern Oregon > PDF
Crop losses caused by sugar beet nematodes can reach 80%. Successfully retard the possibility of this outcome by learning about the life cycles of three nematode species and suggested control methods . . . . . more details
 

Sugarbeet Cyst Nematode: Impact on Sugarbeet Production in Idaho and Eastern Oregon > PDF
The sugar beet cyst nematode is the major pest that affects sugar beet production worldwide, accounting for more than 90% of losses caused by nematodes. The pest is particularly destructive in Idaho a . . . . . more details
 


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University of Idaho Extension

 

Physical Address:
E. J. Iddings Agricultural Science Laboratory, Room 10
606 S Rayburn St

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2332
Moscow, ID 83844-2332

Phone: 208-885-7982

Fax: 208-885-9046

Email: calspubs@uidaho.edu

Location

Barbara Petty

Email: extdir@uidaho.edu