Columbia root-knot nematode – Meloidogyne chitwoodi
The Columbia Root-knot nematode (CRKN), Meloidogyne chitwoodi, was first described from the Pacific Northwest region of the United States in 1980.
Distribution in North America: Mexico (Near Mexico City), USA - California, Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington.
What information is available?
- Pest Fact Sheet
- Policy Directives
- D-08-04 - Plant Protection Import Requirements for Plants and Plant Parts for Planting: Preventing the Entry and Spread of Regulated Plant Pests Associated with the Plants for Planting Pathway
- D-00-04 - Plant Protection Import Requirements for Earthworms
- D-98-01 - Import Requirements for seed potatoes and other potato propagative material
- D-96-20 - Canadian Growing Media Program , prior approval process and import requirements for plants rooted in approved media
- D-96-05 - Import Requirements for Packaged Potatoes for Consumption (table stock) and Bulk Potatoes for Processing and Repacking
- D-95-26 - Phytosanitary requirements for soil and related matter, alone or in association with plants
- D-94-26 - The Plant Protection Import Requirements for Edible Roots for Consumption or Processing
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