While most nematodes are soil-dwelling, the foliar nematode or Crimp Nematode Aphelenchoides lives only briefly in soil. More importantly, it lives on the above-ground portions of plants, often without causing any obvious symptoms. Above ground symptoms of foliar nematode include stunted growth, reddened leaves, small curled or crinkled leaves (crimp), deformed buds and flowers, and a reduction in flowering and fruiting.

 

How to control Crimp Nematode

Nemacur 400 Liquid

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Nemacur 400 Liquid is a popular, highly effective broad spectrum nematicide/insecticide applied pre-planting to control nematodes and sucking insect pests in many… Read More

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