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1. Grazing invasive annual grasses : the green and brown guide (id:55316)

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2. Relationships of natural enemies and non-prey foods (id:49079)

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3. Managing white mold of lima beans with reduced risk fungicides and biofungicides (id:IND43805311)

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

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5. Biological control of sclerotinia diseases (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum) of bean and canola by Coniothyrium minitans (id:IND43805361)

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6. Soil moisture affecting activities of Rhizoctonia solani and Trichoderma harzianum (id:IND43805568)

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7. Historia natural de la avispita Phymastichus coffea (id:26960)

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8. Biological control of yellow starthistle : new prospects for an old problem (id:43528)

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9. Tillage and seed inoculation effects on bean and soybean root rot in two soils in Minnesota (id:IND23299693)

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10. The effect of Bacillus subtilis and Rhizobium inoculation of dry bean seed on root rot severity and yield in Minnesota (id:IND23299689)

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11. Biocontrol of apothecial production of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum in pulse and oilseed crops (id:IND22077196)

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12. Biological control of bean rust using bacterial agents (id:IND22077074)

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13. Efficacy of Bacillus subtilis and two Rhizobium strains for the management of bean root rot in Minnesota (id:IND22077078)

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14. Inhibition mechanisms of Macrophomina phaseolina by Burkholderia cepacia UPR 5C (id:IND22082828)

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15. Bean blossom developmental stage and canopy temperature affect antagonism of Erwinia herbicola strains against Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (id:IND20519376)

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16. Bacterial biocontrol of white mold disease (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum) (id:IND92036874)

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17. Protecting the environment (id:IND93048086)

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18. Bean blossom bacteria have potential for biological control of white mold disease caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (id:IND92013759)

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19. Biological control (id:IND87016236)

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20. Protecting future forests from insects (id:IND87016251)