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201. Prediction of white mold in white bean and snap bean (id:IND89038245)

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202. The effect of added nitrogen on biomass and the incidence of white mold from two on-farm research trials. 1988 (id:IND89038246)

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203. Fungicide treatment of bean seed to control charcoal rot (id:IND88014200)

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204. Influence of irrigation and the incidence of charcoal rot (id:IND88014199)

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205. Preliminary report of Fusarium wilt of beans in Colorado in 1987 (id:IND88014164)

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206. Relation of endogenous apothecia of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum to white mold in snap bean (id:IND88014202)

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207. Relation of endogenous apothecia of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum to white mold in white bean (id:IND88014201)

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208. Rhizoctonia root rot in snap bean following corn with conservation tillage (id:IND88014198)

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209. Soil-borne diseases of green beans in the United Kingdom (id:IND88014178)

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210. Biotechnology and soilborne plant diseases (id:IND87016216)

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211. Detached leaves for simultaneous inoculations of Phaseolus vulgaris with four pathogens (id:IND87045441)

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212. 'Ringworm,' other fungus diseases (id:IND85005542)

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213. Outbreak of field epidemics of bean anthracnose involving kappa race of Colletotrichum lindemuthianum (id:IND84076561)

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214. Pathogenic specialization in Uromyces phaseoli and rust resistance in bean germplasm (id:IND84076506)

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215. Pink pod rot, a new disease of beans caused by Trichothecium roseum (id:IND84076603)

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216. Progress in identifying resistance to white mold (id:IND84076620)

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217. Association between discoloration of dry beans and susceptibility of bean cultivars to black pod disease (Alternaria alternata) (id:IND83067729)

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218. Breeding for common bacterial blight resistance in beans Xanthomonas campestris (id:IND83067715)

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219. Effect of plant canopy tunnels on white mold disease severity & yield in dry edible beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (id:IND83067733)

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220. Effect of spray timing and blossom coverage on field-scale control of white mold in white beans Phaseolus vulgaris, Penicillium expansum (id:IND83067714)

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221. Field evaluations for white mold resistance (id:IND83067720)

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222. Integrated control of snapbean diseases caused by Phythium spp. and Rhizoctonia solani (id:IND83067746)

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223. Modifications of methods for screening for white mold resistance in the greenhouse (id:IND83067761)

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224. New sources of resistance to Colletotrichum lindemuthianum, race-alpha Beans, Phaseolus vulgaris (id:IND83067711)

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225. Reaction of selected bean lines to white mold (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum) (id:IND83067750)

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226. Timing of application of fungicides for control of bean rust (id:IND83067734)

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227. The influence of inter- and intra-row competition on selection for avoidance to white mold (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum) in dry edible beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) (id:IND83067732)

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228. The relationship between incidence of apothecia of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum and white mold of white bean [Phaseolus vulgaris] (id:IND83067708)

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229. Effect of spray timing on white mold and seed yield of white bean (id:IND82076467)

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230. Effect of timing and number of applications of benlate on control of white mold of snap beans (id:IND82076484)

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231. Field tests of bean lines and cultivars for susceptibility to white mold (id:IND82076447)

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232. Fungicide control of black pod disease (Alternaria alternata) of white beans (id:IND82076459)

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233. Progress in breeding for white mold resistance (id:IND82076491)

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234. Rust control on beans in response to fungicides, method of application and rate (id:IND82076455)

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235. Screening of snap bean cultivars for resistance to Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (id:IND82076461)

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236. Sources of white mold resistance and breeding for resistance (id:IND82076493)

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237. A resistant gene for delta race of Colletotrichum lindemuthianum in NEP-2 bean (id:IND82076458)

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238. Brief soil oxygen stress predisposes bean seedling roots infection by Fusarium solani f. sp. pisi (id:IND80085840)

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239. Effect of amount and frequency of sprinkler irrigation on incidence of white mold among dry bean cultivars (id:IND80085837)

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240. Effects of cultural practices on root rot in snap beans (id:IND80085846)

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241. Literatura de Colletotrichum: antracnosis de frijol (id:IND80085856)

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242. Release of five new dry bean cultivars (id:IND80085841)

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243. Results--uniform snap bean rust nursery--1979 (id:IND80085832)

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244. Utilizing tillage and Fusarium resistance to permit deficit irrigation in beans (id:IND80085838)

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245. A seed coat color mutation in beans induced by gamma radiation (id:IND80085833)

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246. Control of white mold disease (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum) of dry edible bean by fungicide applications (id:IND79045574)

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247. Results--uniform snap bean rust nursery, 1978 (id:IND79045613)

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248. Bean rust resistance strategy at CIAT (id:CAIN789127955)

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249. Blossom and canopy architecture characteristics affect Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (id:CAIN779047853)

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250. Differential varieties and a ternary system of nomenclature to designate races of Uromyces phaseoli typica Arth (id:CAIN779047865)

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251. Sweetpotatoes--buried treasure (id:IND79001183)

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252. The new jota race of Colletotrichum lindemuthianum (id:CAIN779047843)

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253. Factors affecting Fusarium foot and root rot of Phaseolus beans (id:CAIN769070719)

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254. Performance of selected snap bean varieties under rust infestation (id:CAIN769070716)

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255. Resistance to rust, caused by Uromyces appendiculatus in bean (id:CAIN769070686)

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256. Selection for resistance to anthracnose, particularly in respect to the "Ebnet" race of Colletotrichum lindemuthianum (id:CAIN769070707)

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257. A new approach to breeding for root-rot resistant light red kidney beans (id:CAIN769070735)

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258. Chemical control of snap bean rust (id:CAIN759051873)

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259. Dry bean international rust nursery - 1974 (id:CAIN759051847)

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260. New red and pink beans resistant to Fusarium root rot (id:CAIN759051848)

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261. New sources of Fusarium root rot resistance in beans (id:CAIN759051846)

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262. Temporary excessive soil moisture predisposes beans to Fusarium root rot (id:CAIN759051870)

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263. Variation in pathogenicity of Uromyces appendiculatus (id:CAIN759051844)

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264. Appraisal of yield loss of dry edible beans due to Fusarium root rot (id:CAIN749037698)

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265. Evaluation of foliar sprays for control of white mold (Sclerotinia sclerotiorum) on pinto beans (id:CAIN749037683)

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266. Influence of soil pesticides on root-rot of snapbean (id:CAIN749037701)

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267. International cooperation on bean rust research (id:CAIN749037679)

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268. Phytoalexin synthesis as a means of screening for resistance to Fusarium root rot (id:CAIN749037676)

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269. Breeding snap beans for resistance to diseases caused by Rhizoctonia and Pythium (id:CAIN749081645)

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270. Effect of row spacing and plant growth habit on severity of white mold disease of dry beans caused by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (id:CAIN739160872)

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271. Histology and physiology of Sclerotinia (Whetzelinia scler otiorum) infection of bean (id:CAIN749081628)

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272. Reduction of Sclerotinia wilt by soil surface application of organic matter (id:CAIN739160836)

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273. Tractor wheels and Fusarium root rot of beans (id:CAIN739160835)

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274. USDA work on Fusarium root rot of dry beans at Prosser, Wa (id:CAIN749081646)

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275. Chestnut blight (id:ORC00000471)

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276. Peach brown rot & scab (id:ORC00000605)

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277. Smuts of wheat and rye and their control (id:ORC00000456)

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278. Anthracnose as a cause of red-clover failure in the southern part of the clover belt (id:ORC00000430)

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279. Apple blotch (id:ORC00000433)

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280. Apple scab (id:ORC00000432)

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281. Diseases of raspberries and blackberries (id:ORC00000486)

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282. Muskmelons (id:ORC00000361)

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283. Strawberry diseases (id:ORC00000513)

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284. Control of brown-rot of prunes and cherries in the Pacific Northwest (id:33555)

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285. Control of potato-tuber diseases (id:ORC00000442)

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286. Why potatoes run out (id:ORC00000499)

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287. Diseases of watermelons (id:ORC00000479)

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288. Cotton diseases and their control (id:ORC00000292)

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289. Pineapple culture in Florida (id:ORC00000424)

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290. Control of apple powdery mildew (id:ORC00000534)

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291. Control of the root, stalk, and ear rot diseases of corn (id:ORC00000317)

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292. Cranberry diseases and their control (id:ORC00000357)

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293. Diseases of Southern pecans (id:ORC00000335)

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294. Diseases of apples in storage (id:ORC00000328)

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295. Soil disinfection with hot water to control the root-knot nematode and parasitic soil fungi (id:CAT87212451)

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296. The brown-spot of corn with suggestions for its control (id:ORC00000528)

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297. Control of cherry leaf-spot (id:33250)

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298. Controlling important fungous and insect enemies of the pear in the humid sections of the Pacific Northwest (id:ORC00000353)

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299. Currants and gooseberries (id:ORC00000386)

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300. Fig growing in the South Atlantic and Gulf states (id:ORC00000280)