Joined: Tue Mar 18, 2003 3:45 pm Posts: 2884 Location: San Antonio,TEXAS
No they won't. Beneficial nematodes work by infecting an adult insect or larva with a deadly disease. Whipworms are in the egg form while in the soil and not subject to the method of infection of the disease. I doubt they would be affected by the disease even if they were exposed to it.
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