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Author(s):Moreland, B.; Fleming, C.; Entwistle, K.; McDowell, M.
Title:The interaction between plant parasitic nematodes and fungal disease development in amenity turf grasses across Europe
Meeting Info.:11-14 April 2010: Angers, Loire Valley, France
Source:2nd European Turfgrass Society Conference Proceedings. Vol. 2, May 21 2010, p. Unknown.
# of Pages:0
Publishing Information:Angers, France: European Turfgrass Society
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Cool season turfgrasses; Disease development; Evaluations; Fungal diseases; Injuries by pests; Meloidogyne; Plant parasitic nematodes; Relationships; Turfgrass quality
Abstract/Contents:"Plant parasitic nematodes have long been recognised as causing major losses in forestry, agriculture and horticulture and have recently been recognised as causing extensive losses in turfgrasses in warm temperate and subtropical regions. For over 60 years, many researchers have recorded the presence of fluctuating populations of different species in cool season turfgrass systems and identified their negative impact on root and sward quality (Davis et al (1994), Davis et al (1993), Fushtey & McElroy (1977), Troll & Tarjan (1954)) but to date, they are still not generally regarded as a significant problem in cool season turf. However, in recent years, we have identified a disease of cool-season turfgrasses in the UK, Ireland, Spain and Portugal that is caused by the newly recorded Root-knot nematode species Meloidogyne minor. This nematode species has now been seen causing disease on Agrostis spp., Poa annua and Lolium perenne. In addition we have become increasingly aware of several species of plant parasitic nematodes that have the potential to cause significant damage to cool-season turf (Root Gall nematode Subanguina of Poa annua and Stem Gall nematode Anguina in Poa annua) and species that are commonly associated with a decline in fine turf quality (Spiral Helicotylenchus, Stunt Tylenchorhynchus, Lesion Pratylenchus, Pratylenchoides, Stubby Root Paratrichodorus, Sheath Hemicycliophora). High populations of these species are commonly recorded in the rootzones of Festuca/Agrostis/Poa turf submitted for routine disease analysis but their association with turfgrass disease has remained tenuous. However, over the past 2 years we have become increasingly aware of close-mown fine turf areas that have been developing reoccurring fungal disease problems and in all cases that we have assessed, the affected turf areas have supported high nematode populations."
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Moreland, B., C. Fleming, K. Entwistle, and M. McDowell. 2010. The interaction between plant parasitic nematodes and fungal disease development in amenity turf grasses across Europe. Eur. Turfgrass Soc. Conf. Proc. 2:p. Unknown.
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