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1. Agronomic diversity of wild Phaseolus species in central Mexico (id:IND43805415)

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2. Agronomic performance of Flageolet beans in Spain (id:IND43805399)

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3. Beyond participatory bean breeding: a CANDO (Client, Agroecological Niche and Development Oriented) approach in Malawi (id:IND43805310)

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4. Early growth promotion of dry beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) by gibberellic acid (id:IND43805379)

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5. Effect of rate of seed infection on anthracnose severity and yield loss in dry beans (id:IND43805371)

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6. Effect of two tillage systems on structural soil properties and grain yield of dry beans under rainfed conditions in north-central Mexico (id:IND43805585)

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7. Evaluating heirloom dry bean varieties as a niche market crop in the Maritime Northwest (id:IND43805417)

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8. Evaluation of limas under imposed environmental stress (id:IND43805583)

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9. Farmers' participation in common beans breeding in south Ethiopia: the way forward (id:IND43805596)

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10. Lambsquarter (Chenopodium album) and nutsedge (Cyperus spp) interference in dry bean yield (id:IND43805589)

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11. Natural rock of Ipira effects on common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) production and soil acidity (id:IND43805588)

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12. Natural rock of Ipira used as soil conditioning cropped wtih common bean (id:IND43805587)

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13. On-farm dry bean breeding for high- and low-input conventional and organic farming systems (id:IND43805404)

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14. Organic production evaluation of snap bean (cv UEL-2) (id:IND43805591)

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15. Response of dry beans to tillage systems and in situ rainwater conservation technique in the semiarid highlands of Mexico (id:IND43805590)

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16. Tillage, pesticide and resistance management of white mold in dry bean (id:IND43805345)

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17. White mold on common bean related to plant density, fungicide, irrigation and application of Trichoderma spp (id:IND43805569)

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18. The impact of CMV in reducing yield of selected snap bean cultivars and lines (id:IND43805537)

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19. The 'Maffei 15' lima bean compensates for reduced plant stand (id:IND43805304)

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20. Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) yield in relation to growth habit, plant density and nitrogen fertilization (id:IND43805586)