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White Mold of Pinto Beans: Effects on Yield and Fungicidal Control

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Title: White Mold of Pinto Beans: Effects on Yield and Fungicidal Control
Author: Lloyd, E. H. Jr.
Description: Once established in a field, white mold is difficult to control. Methods of control for white mold in pinto beans are crop rotation, at least a 30-inch row spacing, and, more recently, spraying benomyl at flowering. Pathologists and breeders have also suggested control by altering plant architecture, using a determinate or bush bean type, or employing genetic resistance. Tests were made in 1974 to provide information on the effects of white mold on bean pr oduction; the use of the fungicide benomyl at different rates and application methods; comparison of the disease on a bush vs. a vining type pinto bean and the sclerotial content of soil.
Date: 1975
Subject: Dry beans
Plant diseases and disorders
Crop quality
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/9718

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