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Soybean disease loss estimates for the top ten soybean-producing counries in 1998
Detailed disease loss estimates were compiled for the 1998 harvested crop from the top 10 soybean-producing countries in the world to provide more effective preventive and therapeutic disease management strategies and systems to producers. Expand
Soybean Disease Loss Estimates for the Top 10 Soybean Producing Countries in 1994.
Methods used to estimate soybean disease losses were field surveys, plant disease diagnostic clinic samples, variety trial data, information from field workers and university extension staff, research plots, grower demonstrations, and private crop consultant reports. Expand
Angular leaf spot: a disease caused by the fungus Phaeoisariopsis griseola (Sacc.) Ferraris on Phaseolus vulgaris L.
- S. Stenglein, L. D. Ploper, O. Vizgarra, P. Balatti
- Biology, Medicine
- Advances in applied microbiology
Although the Pg –bean pathosystem is complex, continued basic and applied research should provide answers to solve many of the problems encountered by bean growers. Expand
Soybean sudden death syndrome species diversity within north and South america revealed by multilocus genotyping.
A high-throughput multilocus genotyping (MLGT) assay was developed which accurately differentiated the soybean SDS and two closely related Phaseolus and mung BRR pathogens based on nucleotide polymorphism within the nuclear ribosomal intergenic spacer region rDNA and two anonymous intergenic regions designated locus 51 and 96. Expand
Species diversity and toxigenic potential of Fusarium graminearum complex isolates from maize fields in northwest Argentina.
- D. Sampietro, C. G. Díaz, +4 authors T. Ward
- Biology, Medicine
- International journal of food microbiology
- 31 January 2011
The results of genetic diversity analysis based on nine variable number tandem repeat (VNTR) loci supported the hypothesis of genetic isolation between F. meridionale and F. boothii, and provided little evidence of geographic substructure among populations of the dominant pathogen species. Expand
Potential for biological control of early leafspot of peanut using Bacillus cereus and chitin as foliar amendments
Chitin applied as an amendment to peanut leaves increased the populations of indigenous chitinolytic epiphytes from 40% of the total microflora to up to 0.3 log with the addition of chitin, and significant reductions in the severity of early leafspot caused by Cercospora arachidicola were seen. Expand
The foliar fungal endophytes of Citrus limon in Argentina
- E. Durán, L. D. Ploper, J. Ramallo, R. Grandi, Ágata C Hupper Giancoli, J. Azevedo
- 1 April 2005
Culture of surface-sterilized leaves from two orchards of lemon trees in Tucuman, located in northwestern Argentina, revealed the presence of endophytic fungi in all leaves examined, and a pathogenic fungus of Citrus spp. Expand
Influence of soybean genotype on rate of seed maturation and its impact on seedborne fungi.
Soybean (Glycine max) maturation rate was studied in a diverse group of soybean genotypes to determine the role of plant and seed dry down on Phomopsis spp. Expand
Genetic diversity among viruses associated with sugarcane mosaic disease in Tucumán, Argentina.
The results showed that sequencing is currently the only reliable method to assess SCMV and SrMV genetic diversity, because RT-PCR-RFLP may not be sufficiently discriminating. Expand
Integration of soil solarization with chemical, biological and cultural control for the management of soilborne diseases of vegetables
Results showed that the long-term effectiveness of IPM plus soil solarization reduced soilborne diseases of vegetables more than two years following the termination of solarization. Expand