Science Into Practice - Replacing formalin in daffodil dip

Stem nematode (Ditylenchus dipsaci) is potentially the most devastating pest of daffodil crops worldwide, but has been controlled for decades by hot-water treatment (HWT) of planting stocks with formalin added to the dip.

by Dr Ken Cockshull

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