An extensive survey was carried out for isolation of plant parasitic nematodes associated with date-palm of Lasbela district, Balochistan, Pakistan. Lasbela was notified as a district in 1954 with Uthal as its headquarters. The district is situated on the southern coast of Balochistan between 24ø 53 to 25ø 42 North latitudes and 65ø 15 and 67ø 27 East longitudes. The date-palm trees in the district were infested by a number of pathogens including nematodes which eventually reduce its yield. A total of six nematode species were recorded. For control poultry manure and oil-cakes were evaluated for their nematicidal potential.This information is useful for parasitology, students, teachers and researchers working in this field.