The life‐history of the nematode is described. The numbers of eelworms occurring in infected soils is discussed. The external symptoms of diseased oat plants are described in detail. It has been definitely proved that A. dipsaci can infect the oat panicle and grains and remain in a quiescent state within the harvested seed.
|Number of pages||11|
|Journal||Annals of Applied Biology|
|Publication status||Print publication - Aug 1928|