Rice Root Nematode an emerging threat to irrigated rice


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Authors

  • J Berliner
  • S Somnath Pokhare
  • Totan Adak
  • Guruprasannapandi Guruprasannapandi

Abstract

The RRN are the most frequent nematode species encountered in
irrigated rice ecosystem, whose population yield may range from
100-600 nematode/100 CC soil. Though it is unseen and unable to
cause visible symptoms, the distribution and abundance of the
RRN urge the importance of systematic study to evaluate its
economic loss, lifecycle (voltinism), pathogenic ability, adaptability and survival ability to prevent possible outbreaks.

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Author Biographies

  • J Berliner
    Scientist, ICAR-IARI, Regional Station,
    Welling ton 643 231,
  • S Somnath Pokhare
    Scientists, ICARNational
    Rice Research Institute, Cuttack,
    Odisha 753 0061Scientist, ICAR-IARI, Regional Station,
    Welling ton 643 231,
  • Totan Adak
    Scientists, ICARNational
    Rice Research Institute, Cuttack,
    Odisha 753 006
  • Guruprasannapandi Guruprasannapandi
    Scientists, ICARNational
    Rice Research Institute, Cuttack,
    Odisha 753 006

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Submitted

2017-11-30

Published

2017-11-30

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How to Cite

Berliner, J., Pokhare, S. S., Adak, T., & Guruprasannapandi, G. (2017). Rice Root Nematode an emerging threat to irrigated rice. Indian Farming, 67(3). https://epubs.icar.org.in/index.php/IndFarm/article/view/76142