Southeast Research and Demonstration Farm
Bean pod mottle virus (BPMV) remains the most prevalent viral disease of soybean in the U.S., affecting both soybean yield and quality. This plant virus is spread primarily by bean leaf beetles. The objective of this study was to quantify the temporal and spatial spread of BPMV in three different soybean row spacings (7.5 in., 15 in., and 30 in.).
Iowa State University
Gougherty, Andrew; Eggenberger, Sharon K.; Byamukama, Emmanuel; and Nutter, Forrest W. Jr., "Impact of Soybean Row Spacing on Bean Pod Mottle Virus" (2011). Iowa State Research Farm Progress Reports. 282.