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Nematodes are microscopic roundworms that live in soil and feed upon plant roots. They are the most numerous multi-cellular animals on the planet. Thousands of them can be present in one handful of soil.

Plant parasitic nematodes can be extremely damaging to many crops resulting in and evidenced by:

  • Decreased Yield

  • Poor or Stunted Growth

  • Root Diseases

  • Water Stress

  • Reduced Foliage

  • Leaf Yellowing 

  • Poor Fruit or Seed Production

Click the link below to see more nematode information, including different crop thresholds.

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