Production of specialty soybeans, such as tofu soybeans, brings new opportunities for soybean growers. As more and more growers plant specialty soybeans, which are not commonly bred for disease resistance, we have received an increased number of questions on disease management. Common questions can be grouped into two areas: the first pertains to diseases that cause stand reduction and the second relates to seed quality.
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Yang, X. B. and Uphoff, Michael D., "Disease management for specialty soybeans" (1998). Integrated Crop Management News. 2288.
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