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The effect of chisel and moldboard tillage on dry bean and soybean root rot caused by Fusarium solani f sp phaseoli and Rhizoctonia solani in Minnesota



The effect of chisel and moldboard tillage on dry bean and soybean root rot caused by Fusarium solani f sp phaseoli and Rhizoctonia solani in Minnesota



Phytopathology 91(6 Suppl.): S27



The increase of bean root rot in Minnesota has been attributed to shortening of rotation intervals and use of susceptible cultivars. Dry bean and soybean cultivars Montcalm and McCall, respectively, were sown after seed inoculation with Bacillus subtilis MBI600 and a corresponding Rhizobium strain in a peat carrier. Bean root rot disease severity in treated dry bean seed was reduced with both moldboard (MB) (3.7) and chisel (CT) (2.9) tillage compared to the untreated control (4.1). Treated seed significantly increased yield in both CT (1,252) and MB (1,919 Kg/ha) when compared to untreated seed with either CT (1,049) or MB (1,593 Kg/ha). Soybean yield was higher in MB (5,240 Kg/ha) than in CT (4,873 Kg/ha). Mean cone penetrometer measurements at 15 to 20 cm soil depths were greater than 2000 and 1000 Kpa with CT and MB, respectively. Penetration resistances greater than 1500 Kpa have been shown to impair dry bean and soybean root growth in sandy soils. Combining biocontrol seed treatments and deep tillage could alleviate the effects of bean root rot.

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