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Effect of zero-tillage on soil nematodes under rice-wheat cropping in Haryana State, India

By: Dabur, K.R | Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maíz y Trigo CIMMYT, Nepal (India) | Proceedings of the End of Project Workshop Kathmandu (Nepal) 7-10 May 2002.
Contributor(s): Bajaj, H.K [coaut.] | Duveiller, E.|Bridge, J.|Rutherford, M.|Kelling, S [eds.] | Malik, R.K [coaut.] | Singh, S [coaut.] | Yadav, A [coaut.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Rice-Wheat Consortium Paper Series ; No. 16.Analytics: Show analyticsPublisher: New Delhi (India) Rice-Wheat Consortium for the Indo-Gangetic Plains*CIMMYT*CABI : 2004Description: p. 45-53.ISSN: 0972-2084.Subject(s): Crop yield | Food production | Hirschmanniella oryzae | India | Nematode control | Rice | Soil chemicophysical properties AGROVOC | Tylenchorhynchus | Wheat | Zero tillageSummary: The study presented in this paper was carried out in two sets of fields at Uchana, Karnal district and one set of fields in Teek, Kaithal district in Harayan. These sites had been under zero-tillage for the previous two to four years. The plant parasites Hirschmanniella oryzae (rice-root nematode) and Tylenchorhynchus mashoodi (stunt nematode) were found at all study sites. The present study, found a definite trend for T. mashoodi, with the samples from the conventional tillage fields having significantly higher populations than the zero tillage samples. Also, the mean population of T. mashoodi in the March dough stage samples was significantly more than in the November crown root initiation stage samples. These findings were corroborated by the trend in the population of H. oryzae over the same period.Collection: CIMMYT Publications Collection
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The study presented in this paper was carried out in two sets of fields at Uchana, Karnal district and one set of fields in Teek, Kaithal district in Harayan. These sites had been under zero-tillage for the previous two to four years. The plant parasites Hirschmanniella oryzae (rice-root nematode) and Tylenchorhynchus mashoodi (stunt nematode) were found at all study sites. The present study, found a definite trend for T. mashoodi, with the samples from the conventional tillage fields having significantly higher populations than the zero tillage samples. Also, the mean population of T. mashoodi in the March dough stage samples was significantly more than in the November crown root initiation stage samples. These findings were corroborated by the trend in the population of H. oryzae over the same period.

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