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29-Dec-2010 COMPARATIVE EFFECTS OF SOME APPROACHES TO CONTROL MELOIDOGYNE INCOGNITA ON GREEN BEANSA.S. Al-Hazmi; S. N. Al-Nadary; A.A.M. Dawabah
1998 Effect of Cereal Cyst Nematode on Growth and Physiological Aspects of Wheat under Field ConditionsAl-Yahya, F. A; A. A. Alderfasi; A.S. Al-Hazmi; A. A. M. Ibrahim; A.T. Abdul-Razig
1998 Effect of Cereal Cyst Nematode on Growth and Physiological Aspects of Wheat under Field ConditionsAl-Yahya, F. A; A. A. Alderfasi; A.S. Al-Hazmi; A. A. M. Ibrahim; A.T. Abdul-Razig
1997 Interacting Effects of Heterodera avenae, Helminthosporium sativum, and Trichoderma harzianum on WheatIbrahim, A.A; A.S. Al-Hazmi; S. El-Hussieni
1997 Nematicidal Properties of Rhazya stricta and Juniperus polycarpos on Meloidogyne javanica in Saudi ArabiaAl-Rajhi, D. H; A.S. Al-Hazmi; H.I. Hussein; A.A.M. Ibrahim
1997 Nematicidal Properties of Rhazya stricta and Juniperus polycarpos on Meloidogyne javanica in Saudi ArabiaAl-Rajhi, D. H.;; A.S. Al-Hazmi; H.I. Hussein; A.A.M. Ibrahim ;; F.A. Al-Yahya; S. Mostafa
2007 SPREADING OF CEREAL CYST NEMATODE WITH POTATO SEED TUBERS IN SAUDI ARABIAA.S. Al-Hazmi; A.A.M. Dawabah
2007 SPREADING OF CEREAL CYST NEMATODE WITH POTATO SEED TUBERS IN SAUDI ARABIAA.S. Al-Hazmi; A.A.M. Dawabah
1997 This study aims to evaluate the most important and damaging plant parasitic nematodes ( P.P.N. ) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia during the last 40 years to provide an available idea about these pathogens to the people who are interested in this area. Results showed that root-knot nematodes, cereal cyst-nematodes and citrus nematodes were most prevalent and damaging nematodes to plants in the Kingdom. These nematodes cause a high loss and reduction in agricultural production. Therefore, the study suggests that integrated pest management ( I.P.M. ) program should be applied and taken into account to reduce the incidence of nematode diseases especially under field conditions. This program will lead to the reduction of these nematodes and to the maintenance of food for our countryIbrahim, A.A. M; A.S. Al-Hazmi; S. El-Hussieni
2007 TWO NEW HOST RECORDS OF CEREAL CYST NEMATODE IN SAUDI ARABIAA.A.M. Dawabah; A.S. Al-Hazmi
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