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Oxford : CAB International, 2021
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Print version: Sikora, Richard Integrated Nematode Management Oxford : CAB International,c2021 ISBN 9781789247541
Intro -- Title page -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Foreword: The need -- Foreword: An optimistic vision of integrated nematode management -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- About the Editors -- Chapter authors -- SECTION I: Introduction -- 1 Integrated nematode management and crop health: Future challenges and opportunities -- SECTION II: Field Crops -- 2 A triumph of tolerance: Managing the threat to wheat production by the root lesion nematode Pratylenchus thornei in the subtropical grain region of eastern Australia. -- 3 The need for integrated management of the cereal cyst nematodes, Heterodera spp. in Central Western Asia and North Africa -- 4 Cereal cyst nematodes in the western USA -- 5 Impact of plant parasitic nematodes on maize in mid-western USA: An unrecognized or ignored threat to production -- 6 Maize and root-knot nematodes: A problematic, deep-seated association -- 7 Cumulative damage impact of plant parasitic nematodes in smallholder maize cropping systems in East Africa -- 8 Management of root-knot nematodes in rice -- 9 The unseen rice root nematode problem in irrigated rice -- 10 Pratylenchus in sugarcane: A diminishing problem? -- 11 Problems and solutions to integrated nematode management of root-knot, reniform and lesion nematodes in cotton in Brazil -- 12 Hoplolaimus columbus: A prime candidate for site-specific management in cotton and soybean production -- 13 Integrated management of Meloidogyne incognita, the most economically damaging pathogen of cotton in the south-eastern United States -- 14 Reniform nematode (Rotylenchulus reniformis) and its interactions with cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) -- SECTION III: Legume Crops -- 15 Integrated nematode management of root lesion and root-knot nematodes in soybean in Brazil -- 16 Status of soybean cyst nematodes and integrated management in China.
17 The soybean cyst nematode: Pervasive and destructive to soybean production in the mid-western United States -- 18 Root-knot and reniform nematodes: Double trouble for soybeans in the southern United States -- 19 Integrated management of root-knot and other nematodes in food legumes -- 20 Sustainable management of major nematode parasites of chickpea and broad bean in the Mediterranean region -- 21 Managing Meloidogyne arenaria in peanut with old and new tools in the south-eastern USA -- 22 The war against the pod nematode, Ditylenchus africanus, on groundnut in South Africa -- SECTION IV: Fruit and Nut Crops -- 23 Improving the management of plant parasitic nematodes in banana: Integration of technologies and responding to the demand of the consumers and markets -- 24 The shifting sands of banana nematode communities under mixed cropping conditions -- 25 Pre-planting solutions for the slow decline of citrus caused by Tylenchulus semipenetrans -- 26 Sting nematode management in Florida strawberry -- 27 Ectoparasitic nematodes: Emerging challenges to wine grape production in the Pacific Northwest of North America -- 28 Mesocriconema xenoplax predisposes Prunus spp. to bacterial canker -- 29 A threat to stone fruit and grape production: Tomato ringspot virus (ToRSV) transmission by X. americanum s.l. (sensu lato) -- 30 A multi-pronged approach for the management of plant parasitic nematodes in vineyards in South Africa -- 31 Litchi and guava nematode challenges in South Africa: Can we change nematode communities and minimize the problems? -- 32 Pratylenchus vulnus going nuts in California -- 33 The root-knot nematode: Importance and impact on coffee in Brazil -- SECTION V: Vegetable Crops -- 34 A root-knot nematode paradise made in plastic: The case of Florida vegetables -- 35 Managing root-knot nematode in open-field and protected tomatoes in India.
54 The stem nematode Ditylenchus dipsaci in sugar beet: A species of extremes -- 55 The beet cyst nematode (Heterodera schachtii, Schmidt): An ancient threat to sugar beet crops in Central Europe has become an invisible actor -- SECTION VII: Emerging Technologies -- 56 Let’s be inclusive - the time of looking at individual plant parasitic nematodes is over, and new technologies allow for it -- 57 Nematode management through genome editing -- 58 Emerging technologies for integrated nematode management: Remote sensing or proximal sensing as a potential tool to detect and identify nematode infestation -- 59 Implementing precision agriculture concepts and technologies into crop production and site-specific management of nematodes -- 60 Decision support systems in integrated nematode management: The need for a holistic approach -- 61 What does it take to develop a nematicide today and for the future? -- 62 Critical terms during development and commercialization of microbial agents for the control of plant parasitic nematodes -- SECTION VIII: Constraints -- 63 Technologies for integrated nematode management in smallholder farming systems: No one-size-fits-all -- 64 The unpredictability of adapting integrated nematode management to climate variability -- SECTION IX: Conclusion -- 65 Outlook: A vision of the future of integrated nematode management -- Index.
36 Sustainable control of root-knot nematodes in protected tomatoes in Italy -- 37 Integrated management of root-knot nematodes for cucurbit crops in Southern Europe -- 38 The northern root-knot nematode: A forking problem of carrots in Germany -- 39 Mitigating a galling problem in California’s carrot production -- 40 Integrated nematode management of Pratylenchus penetrans in onion: A versatile approach to control a versatile nematode -- 41 Integrated nematode management of Ditylenchus dipsaci in onion: A nematode in a world all on its own -- 42 Lowering quality damage in open-field vegetables caused by Meloidogyne chitwoodi and M. fallax in the Low Countries -- 43 Face to face: How Paratylenchus bukowinensis deals with vegetables -- SECTION VI: Root and Tuber Crops -- 44 The need for new approaches for management of potato cyst nematodes: The view from the Rhineland-Palatinate -- 45 Transporters of trouble: Trichodorids and Tobacco rattle virus in potatoes -- 46 Will the Globodera pallida epidemic signal the end of the seed potato industry in Scotland? -- 47 Integrated nematode management of root-knot and root lesion nematodes in Idaho potatoes: Major economic limiting factors -- 48 Integrated management of Meloidogyne chitwoodi and M. fallax in potato: A complicated agronomical puzzle in the Netherlands and Belgium -- 49 Economic importance of the potato tuber nematode Ditylenchus destructor in Russia -- 50 Pratylenchus penetrans and the potato early dying disease -- 51 Modifying a productive sweet potato farming system in Australia to improve soil health and reduce losses from root-knot nematode -- 52 Importance and integrated nematode management of the yam nematode (Scutellonema bradys) in yam cropping systems of West Africa -- 53 The resilient cassava: Undermined by root-knot nematodes.
This book reviews in a systematic crop by crop approach the state-of-the-art management strategies that have been developed to reduce nematode impact, and outlines their limitations..

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