Rice Plant Parasitic Nematodes and Measures to Combat them


  • Khaidarova Pardakhol Bobokulovna Tashkent State Pedagogical University
  • Rakhmatullaev Bakhodir Amanovich PhD, Termez State University
  • Abdullaeva Dilfuza Rikhsikhodjaevna Tashkent State Pedagogical University


rice plant, parasite nematodes, rice cultivars, crop rotation, soil solarization, diversification, biofumigation, chemical nematicides, biological control, soil amendments, trap cropping, precision farming methods, integrated pest management


his article investigates rice plant parasite nematodes and how to resist them. Rice
parasitic nematodes may be handled using a variety of integrated techniques. These include the use
of resistant rice cultivars, crop rotation and diversification, soil solarization, biofumigation, chemical
nematicides, biological control, soil amendments, trap cropping, precision farming methods, and
integrated pest management. Breeding initiatives introduce resistant cultivars, but crop rotation
disturbs worm life cycles and lowers population densities. Biofumigation produces chemicals that
reduce nematode populations. Chemical nematicides are employed selectively, although their usage
is weighed against possible environmental and health hazards. Biological control employs natural
enemies, whereas organic additions promote soil health.


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