Evaluation of combined fungicide and genetic resistance to control white mold in green beans (2015)

Publication Date: 
01/06/2016
The resistance to white mold obtained so far in snap beans has been derived from NY 6020, which provides partial physiological resistance. Under light disease pressure, plants will show few if any symptoms, while under heavy pressure, the plants may show a moderate level of infection (whereas susceptible BBL types will be 100% molded). Cultivars with this form of resistance would not need any supplemental control with fungicides, whereas under heavy pressure, fungicides might be required, but at a reduced frequency or quantity. The objective of this study was to determine whether OR6771 would benefit from an integrated mold control approach that included fungicides typically used in snap production, Topsin M and Rovral tankmixed.
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Research report to the Oregon Processed Vegetable Commission

PI James Myers
OSU Dept. of Horticulture

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Disease and related disorder management, Oregon Processed Vegetable Commission, Processed Vegetable Production, Beans, Willamette Valley, Variety trials