Declared free of nematodes

April 21st 2016

Radopholus similis is a species of nematode known commonly as the burrowing nematode. It is a parasite of plants, and it is a pest of many agricultural crops. It is an especially important pest of bananas and citrus, and it can be found on coconut, avocado, coffee, sugarcane, other grasses, and ornamentals. It is a migratory endoparasite of roots, causing lesions that form cankers. Infected plants experience malnutrition.

Our company is checked twice a year by the NAK and after testing declared free of this pest. you can find us at the public accessible list of company’s declared free of Radopholus
https://www.nvwa.nl/actueel/bestanden/bestand/2000930/register-bedrijven-met-potplanten-vrij-van-radopholus-similis-heterodera-fici  

 

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