St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota Extension Service
White mold continues to be a "pesky" yield limiting disease in dry beans everywhere the crop is grown. Refinements to three common production practices can help reduce white mold in irrigated dry edible beans grown on sandy soils by providing a more effective integrated pest management (IPM) program.
Meronuck, R.A., Duellman, K., Kinkel, L., Wright, J., Rehm, G. and Wiens, M. 1999. IPM Control of White Mold in Irrigated Dry Beans. St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota Extension Service BU-7397.
The research and demonstration studies mentioned in this bulletin were done at or near Staples, Minnesota. 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.
Funding support over the years from the Northarvest Bean Growers Association, Irrigators Association of Minnesota, USDA-NRCS Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQUP), Agricultural Utilization Research Institute (AURI), Elf Atochem, Dupont, and the University of Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
Meronuck, Richard A.; Duellman, Kasia; Kinkel, Linda; Wright, Jerry; Rehm, George; Wiens, Mel.
IPM Control of White Mold in Irrigated White Beans.
St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota Extension Service.
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