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Table 2 Percentage of mortality in second-stage juveniles of Meloiodogyne incognita after exposure to abamectin, emmectin benzoate, colocynth, marigold, rhizobacteria, and fungus for different time intervals

From: Integrated management of Meloidogyne incognita on tomato using combinations of abamectin, Purpureocillium lilacinum, rhizobacteria, and botanicals compared with nematicide

Treatments Percentage mortality in Meloiodogyne incognita J2 after different time intervals (days)
One Two Three Five Seven Ten
Negative control (distilled water) 0.20f 1.20e 1.80f 2.40e 2.80e 4.20e
Abamectin 26.80a 57.00a 75.20a 83.40a 91.60a 96.80a
Emmectin benzoate 19.60b 37.20b 46.00c 76.20b 82.80b 91.40b
Colocynth, Citrullus colocynthis 16.80bc 27.00c 45.20c 73.40b 80.80b 89.80bc
Moringa, Moringa oleifera 13.40cd 20.00d 38.80de 53.20d 71.60c 87.40c
Marigold, Tagetes erecta 12.20d 19.00d 33.20e 51.40d 63.40d 81.40d
Rhizobacteria, Serratia and Pseudomonas 17.60b 29.00c 42.60cd 68.60c 84.20b 91.60b
Fungus, Purpureocillium lilacinum 4.60e 19.20d 56.20b 82.40a 97.20a 100.00a
  1. Reported numbers represent the means of 5 replicates
  2. Different letters in the same column indicate significant differences (P ≤ 0.05) according to Duncan’s multiple range test
  3. \( \mathsf{Mortality}\ \left(\%\right)=\frac{\mathsf{Dead}\ \mathsf{juveniles}\kern0.75em }{\mathsf{Total}\ \mathsf{number}\ \mathsf{of}\ \mathsf{juveniles}}\times \mathsf{100} \)