Exotic Pest Reporting
Northern root-knot nematode
Northern root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne hapla) is a nematode pest. It was first detected in Wisconsin in 1985.
This is a pathogen of vegetables which produces tiny galls around the nematode feeding sites. In addition, root-knot nematodes interact with other plant pathogens, resulting in increased damage caused by other diseases.
08/26/2020 - Root-knot nematode of tomato
03/19/2020 - Field Scouting Guide: Root-Knot Nematode
01/21/2020 - Nematode researcher aiming for plant resistance
09/07/2017 - Root-knot nematode control in the vegetable garden
07/31/2017 - Not so secret garden
06/29/2015 - Turfgrass Disease Profiles - Root Knot Nematode