Northwest and Allee Research and Demonstration Farms

Evaluation of Management Tactics for Bean Leaf Beetles and Bean Pod Mottle Virus in Soybean

Authors: Jeffrey D. Bradshaw (Iowa State University) , Marlin E. Rice (Iowa State University) , John H. Hill (Iowa State University)

  • Evaluation of Management Tactics for Bean Leaf Beetles and Bean Pod Mottle Virus in Soybean

    Northwest and Allee Research and Demonstration Farms

    Evaluation of Management Tactics for Bean Leaf Beetles and Bean Pod Mottle Virus in Soybean

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Abstract

An increase in bean leaf beetles has caused an increase in bean pod mottle virus - a yield robbing plant pathogen in Iowa soybeans. The incidence of bean pod mottle virus is often positively correlated with bean leaf beetle populations. For example, the greatest increase in bean pod mottle virus infection occurs after the first generation of bean leaf beetles reaches peak population density (late July). However, soybeans are most affected when soybeans are infected as seedlings.

Keywords: Entomology, Plant Pathology

How to Cite:

Bradshaw, J. D. & Rice, M. E. & Hill, J. H., (2005) “Evaluation of Management Tactics for Bean Leaf Beetles and Bean Pod Mottle Virus in Soybean”, Iowa State University Research and Demonstration Farms Progress Reports 2004(1).

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Published on
01 Jan 2005
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