Nematicidal Properties of Plant Extracts against Root-Knot Nematode
Keywords:Bioactive compounds, Meloidogyne sp., Nematode control, Plant extract
The worldwide nematicides market is anticipated to sustain its growth. Natural organic meals free of artificial chemicals are becoming more and more in demand and botanical nematodes are leading the way as alternatives. As a result, there have been intense attempts in the past few years to identify principal plant secondary metabolites. These primarily consist of glucosinolates and the isothiocyanates that result from their hydrolysis, as well as flavonoids, limonoids, alkaloids, saponins, quassinoids and the essential oils that have been studied more recently. The introduction of novel botanical nematicides still lags and disparities in quality, effectiveness, strength and composition persist despite their considerable promise.
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