Identification of Diaporthe longicolla on Dry Edible Peas, Dry Edible Beans and Soybeans in North Dakota
North Dakota soybean production has expanded geographically, and possible short rotations with dry edible bean and pea raise concerns of pathogens (such as Diaporthe longicolla, cause of Phomopsis seed decay and stem disease of soybean) developing overlapping host ranges. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first report of D. longicolla causing stem disease on dry edible beans and dry edible peas, and stem disease on soybean in North Dakota. Its impact on dry edible beans and dry edible peas is uncertain.
Plant Health Progress
DOI of Published Version
Mathew, Febina; Castlebury, Lisa A.; Alananbeh, Kholoud; Jordahl, James G.; Taylor, Chris A.; Meyer, Scott M.; Lamppa, Robin S.; pasche, Julie A.; and Markell, Samuel G., "Identification of Diaporthe longicolla on Dry Edible Peas, Dry Edible Beans and Soybeans in North Dakota" (2015). Agronomy, Horticulture and Plant Science Faculty Publications. 276.