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Reciprocal exposure of beans and peas to root pathogens of both crops

Annual report: no 15 45

Reciprocal exposure of beans and peas to root pathogens of both crops

Accession: 016857915

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Burke D.W.; Kraft J.M., 1972: Reciprocal exposure of beans and peas to root pathogens accumulated in the field on each crop species. Phytopathology 62(10): 1101

Burke, D.W.; Kraft, J.M., 1974: Responses of beans and peas to root pathogens accumulated during monoculture of each crop species. Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) and peas were planted for two successive seasons in fields where populations of root pathogens had accumulated during 15 and 6 years of monoculture of the respective crops, and in nearby control fields of similar soil ty...

Salt, G.; Delaney, K., 1985: Influence of previous legume crops on root diseases in peas and beans. Proceedings Easter School in Agricultural Science University of Nottingham: ub 1985) (40th) 247-256

Vasinauskiene, M., 1993: Bacterial diseases of peas, lupins and horse beans in Lithuania and biological properties of their pathogens. 2. Biological properties of agents from the genus Pseudomonas causing spot diseases of peas, lupins and horse beans. Based on pathogenic, morphological, biochemical and serological properties, P. syringae pv. pisi, P. lupini and P. s. pv. syringae were identified from peas, lupins and faba beans, respectively.

Sumar, S.; Mohyuddin, M1; Howard, R., 1982: Diseases of pulse crops in Alberta, 1978-79 Pisum sativum, Pisum sativum var. arvense, peas, Phaseolus vulgaris, dry beans, Vicia faba, fababeans, Glycine max, soybeans, Lens culinaris, lentils, fungal and bacterial pathogens. Canadian plant disease survey = Inventaire des maladies des plantes au Canada2(2): 33-39

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Groszmann, H.M., 1952: Pulse crops (beans and peas). This is an account of the cultivation of the varieties of beans and peas in Queensland. They include French bean (Phaseolus vulgaris), and, to a less important extent, lima bean (P. lunatus), scarlet runner (P. multiflorus), broad bean (Vicia faba...

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Proskura, I.P.; Dverenina, O.T., 1988: Reciprocal effect of peas and oats for fodder in combined crops. This translation of a Russian paper from Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Ordena Lenina i Ordeno Trudovogo Krasnogo Znameni Akademii Sel'skokhozyaitvennykh Nauk Imeni V.I. Lenina (1988) No. 12 15-17, has been abstracted elsewhere from the original.