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Nursery management to select beans for resistance to bean golden mosaic



Nursery management to select beans for resistance to bean golden mosaic



Phytopathology 76(10): 1073



Six cultivars were given 4 pesticide treatments in a completely randomized block with 4 replications. Disease incidence and severity were assessed every 10 days, beginning 20 days after sowing (DAS); yield was also measured. About 95% of the plants exhibited symptoms of the mosaic virus 45 DAS. Significant differences among cultivars were obtained with carbofuran soil treatment plus 3 applications of monocrotophos at 15-day intervals.

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