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Presented work had done from 1st August 2020 to 30th February 2021. The study was conducted to investigation of status of soil nematode communities in pomegranate crops in Rahata & around villages. The fertility of soil depends on the concentration of N, P, K organic and inorganic material and water conductivity. The physiochemical parameter such as moisture content specific gravity, nitrogen as a fertilizer required for the growth of plant and potassium is used for growth of root in plants. Nematode occurs in both aquatic and terrestrial ecosystem, some adapting a parasitic habit invertebrates, invertebrates and plants.
Nematode diversity shows their interaction with plant, plants pathogens and other organism. They are involved in energy Lux, carbon minerlations and other nutrients cycle and as plant parasite. In the present investigation the recorded nematodes species are Meloidogy incognita, M. javanica, M. arenaria, Pratylenchus projectus, P. scribneri, P. penetrans, P. hexincisus, Heterodera glycans, Dityl4enchus dipsaci. From these most dominant species are M. incognita, M. javanica found in all pomogrante crops.
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