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Plant Diagnostic Laboratory

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plantdiagnosticlab

Plant Nematology Links

Interactive Diagnostic Key and Other Associated References: A New Description of the Process of Identification of Plant-Parasitic Nematode Genera UNL Nematology Lab Nematode Management Resources: Development and Use of Nematode-Resistant Varieties - UC Davis Host Plant Resistance (HPR) against...

PDL - Links

Featured Resources for Additional Information on Plant Protection UMD Department of Entomology Department of Plant Sciences Integrated Pest Management for COMMERCIAL HORTICULTURE Grapes & Fruit Research and Extension Vegetable Research and Extension Home and Garden Information Center Vegetable...

Plant-Parasitic Nematode Resistant Cultivars

The following links lead to lists of nematode resistant cultivars and information on how to use them. Soybean Cyst Nematode Resistant: Soybeans in Maryland - Performance Evaluations and Variety Tests North Carolina Soybean Variety Program - NC State University Soybean Cyst Nematode Resistant...

PDL-Nematology Resources

MD Nematode Management Resources Plant-Parasitic Nematodes in Maryland-Fact Sheet Soybean Cyst Nematode in Maryland Plant-parasitic Nematodes on Vegetable Crops in Maryland, FS 838 Maryland: Cultural Practices for Root-Knot & Root-Lesion Nematode Suppression in Vegetable Crop Rotations Nematode...

PDL - Publication

PUBLICATIONS Check out these Pest Management Newsletters from UMD Extension: MD Agronomy Newsletter MD Vegetable and Fruit Headline News

PDL - Location

The Plant Diagnostic Laboratory is located within the Department of Entomology, Room 3171 Plant Sciences building, College Park, MD 20742-4454. The telephone is 301-405-1611, FAX 301-314-9290. Email Karen Rane at rane@umd.edu . Detailed driving directions can be found on the websites of the...

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