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Soybeans are an agricultural miracle. They are among the world's oldest cultivated crops, yet they seem to have no perennial diseases, weeds or insects. Soybeans will grow reasonably well almost anywhere, and they provide us with an amazing and increasing array of uses and benefits. This books is for the soybean growers of our state and region.
Additional contributors: Jerry Wright ; Bille Wilcke, Edward Usset ; Ward Stienstra ; Michael Schmidt ; Gary Sands ; George Rehm ; Bruce Potter ; Ken Ostlie ; Kent Olson ; Seth Naeve ; Vance Morey ; Gerald Miller ; Ian MacRae ; John Lamb ; Vern Hoffman ; Dale Hicks ; Dean Herzfeld ; Ken Hellevang ; Jeff Gunsolus ; Bev Durgan ; Kent Crookston ; Don Breneman ; Michael Bennett.
This archival publication may not reflect current scientific knowledge or recommendations. Current information available from the University of Minnesota Extension: https://www.extension.umn.edu.
Minnesota Soybean Growers Association ; Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council.
Minnesota Extension Service; Minnesota Soybean Growers Association; Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council; Bennett, J. Michael; Hicks, Dale R.; Naeve, Seth L..
Minnesota Soybean Field Book. 1999 (1st edition).
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Fungal pathogens, beneficial symbionts, and endophytes colonize plants
and reduce, enhance, or have cryptic effects on plant productivity. My
dissertation focused on colonization of soybean by the fungal pathogen