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Oyster mushroom jars and mushroom compost water extract (MCWE).
Pleurotus ostreatus on coffee grounds produces edible mushrooms.
Basil experiment treated with mushroom amendment and MCWE.
Acid fuchsin root staining shows root-knot nematodes in the root under microscope.
Nematodes treated with MCWE and blue dye. Blue indicates dead and clear is alive.
Ching, S. and K.-H. Wang. 2013-2014. Evaluate the potential of oyster mushroom compost waste for management of plant-parasitic nematodes. WSARE Graduate Student Grant
Ching, S., and K.-H. Wang. 2015. Use of Oyster Mushroom Compost for Nematode Management. HānaiʻAi Newsletter Vol 24, July 2015.
Ching, S. and K.-H. Wang. 2014. Mushroom compost to battle against nematode pests on vegetable crops. HānaiʻAi Newsletter August 2014.
Ching, S. and K.-H. Wang. 2015. Effects of oyster mushroom compost waste on soil and plant health in plant-parasitic nematode infested soils. Society of Nematologists Annual Meeting, East Lansing, MI. July 19-23.
Ching, S., and K.-H. Wang. Evaluating the potential of oyster mushroom compost waste for plant-parasitic nematode management. International Conference of Nematology, Cape Town, South Africa. May, 2014 (Oral Presentation)
Ching, S., and K.-H. Wang. Evaluating the potential of oyster mushroom compost waste for plant-parasitic nematode management. 2014 CTAHR Symposium (Poster, Abstract #33).
Wang, K.-H. and S. Ching. Display of oyster mushroom compost for nematode management. Organic Field Day. Waimanalo Research Station, July 26, 2014.
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