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D. Nematodes 1. Leaf Nematodes These are m i c r o s c o p i c , n o n s e g m e n t e d r o u n d w o r m s . They are s p r e a d t h r o u g h stomates by splashing water. They c a u s e d a r k green to brownish angular lesions in leaves. The progression of the injury on the plant is u p w a r d . 2 . Root Nematodes These pests suck juices f r o m roots a n d c a u s e root galls, thereby w e a k e n i n g plants. They are soil-borne or c a n be transmitted to uninfested soil on c o n t a m inated plants or soil.
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