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Re: How cold does it have to be to kill nematodes?

  • Subject: Re: How cold does it have to be to kill nematodes?
  • From: ctuttle39@juno.com
  • Date: Mon, 9 Dec 2002 20:17:43 -0500

My understanding is that nematodes are NOT killed by cold temperatures. 
Cold just drives them deeper into the soil.  Come spring, the come back
up to the surface and return to the plants.  Dr Grewald Parwinder, 
somewhere or other states that.

Charles Tuttle
Columbus  OH

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