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Bulletin of the MRSU / Section "Biology" / 2013 № 4.


A.G. Babich, A.A. Babich, E.A. Ivanova

THE MAIN SOURCES OF PASSIVE DISTRIBUTION CYST NEMATODES IN AGROCENOSIS AND BIOCENOSIS. In: Bulletin of the Moscow Region State University (electronic journal), 2013, no. 4.

UDC Index: 632.651: 631.95+574.4

Date of publication: 26.12.2013

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The article establishes the dominant sources of the spread of cyst nematodes in agrocenosis: wind erosion, planting materials, farm equipment, and means of mechanical tillage. In natural plant communities the resettlement of cysts occurs predominantly by soil-dwelling and soil-digging animals. On the erosive plots the spread of cyst nematodes can occur both in warm seasons and in winter in the absence of stable snow cover. The authors present technological regulations of carrying out fieldworks. Strict adherence to these regulations makes the spatial distribution cyst nematodes slow down.

Key words

сyst nematodes, dominant sources and ways of settlement of cysts, cultural and natural plant-qualifications, localization of foci. 

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