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FW: Nematicide

Subject: Re: Nematicide


The foliar nematodes may have some part of their life cycle in the soil, but
the tests Dr. Jim Baker, North Carolina State Cooperative Extension Service
did for the AHS did not show any significant control of foliar nematodes
with applications of Clandosand.

C.H. Falstad
Prime Plants TM
Holland, MI
zone 6

Carolyn wrote:
> drsnooks@BUFFNET.NET writes:
> << Clandosan appears to be sort of an indirect nematicide.  I works by
>  stimulating the growth of soil micro-organisms to the point where they
>  turn on the nematodes as a food source. >>

Bev wrote:

> I hope someone else will chime in here, but I think the foliar nematodes
> hosta live in the crown and leaves of the plant itself, and not the soil.
> this may not be of much help to hostaphiles.
> Bev

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