NEMATODE PESTS OF SMALL MILLETS- A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC2096 | Page : 132 - 138
Citation :- NEMATODE PESTS OF SMALL MILLETS- A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2009.(30):132 - 138
A. K. Jain
Address : All India Coordinated Small Millets Improvement Project JNKVV, College of Agriculture, Rewa-486 001, M.P., India

Abstract

Plant parasitic nematodes are one of the limiting factors in crop production throughout
the world. Heterodera delvi, H. avanae, H. gambiensis, H. zeae, Rotylenchulus reniformis,
Meloidogyne incognita, M. javanica, M. arenaria, M. graminicola, M. acronea,
Aphelenchoides besseyii, Helicotylenchus abunnamai, H. dihystera Tylenchorhynchus
vulgaris, T. mashhoodi, Pretylenchus penetrance, P. brachyurus, P. zeae, P. indicus
Macroposthonia ornate, Criconemoides ornatus, Criconemella ornate, Hoplolaimus
indicus, Caloosia exilis, Hemicriconemoides cocophilus ,Hirschmanniella oryzae,
Hemicycliophora sp. and Trichodorus sp. have been reported to be associated with
small millet crops, but information is very meager on the occurrence, distribution, biology,
interrelationship with other plant pathogens and management aspects. The present paper
reviews the work carried out on nematode pests of small millet crops.

Keywords

Nematodes pests Small millets crops.

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