Inability of a Seed Treatment with Pseudomonas cepacia to Control Heterodera glycines on Soybean.


A commercial seed treatment containing Pseudomonas cepacia was applied to Glycine max cv. Williams 82 (susceptible to Heterodera glycines) and was compared to Fayette soybean (resistant to H. glycines) for control of H. glycines at two locations in Illinois. The soil at the first location was sandy in texture and the field was irrigated, whereas the soil at… (More)

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