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Title: Soil pests - What are symphylans?
Authors: Allen, Stephen
Kirkby, karen
Grundy, Paul
Maas, Susan
Quade, Adam
Wilson, Lewis
Keywords: Symphyla
Soil pests
Soil
Cotton
Soil biota
Issue Date: 30-Nov-2012
Series/Report no.: Best Farm Information sheet;
Abstract: There have been reports of symphlans in early established crops. Symphla are a natural part of healthy soil biota, & can be found under healthy crops however at very high numbers may cause root damage. Seedlings particularly at risk are those with low vigour due to other stresses such as poor planting conditions. Effected plants may appear stunted & wilt due to early water stress.
URI: http://www.insidecotton.com/xmlui/handle/1/84
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