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Re: foliar nematodes

Digging and destroying plant material has often been suggested as the only 
way to effectively rid your garden of nematodes.  However other plants can be 
infested and not show visible symptoms(this has been true in my garden-seems 
blues don't show the symptoms as much).  There are effective nematicides 
available, however they are highly toxic, not available in all areas, and 
most require a restricted use pesticide license.  Is anyone aware of the 
current status of the nematode research being funded by the AHS?

Dave Drum
Wayzata Mn
Zone 4
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