Even though dry beans have been known as a host of SCN since the 1930s, there was limited research on the effects of SCN on dry bean yield.
While doing general field scouting of pulse and soybean crops, it is not unusual to find a lot of insects in the fields.
A timeline that indicates when to scout for dry bean insect and disease pests, and their impact on production and quality.
Managing white mould in dry beans.
Common Bacterial Blight (Xanthomonas campestris) Infection of common bacterial blight (CBB) occurs through natural leaf openings or wounds created by…
The status of herbicide resistant weeds in Manitoba and which species to keep an eye on.
How to scout for and manage cutworms in pulse and soybean crops. When to scout, what to look for and when to pull the trigger.
The fungicide vinclozolin was the go-to product for managing white mould on dry beans for many years, until 2005, when it’s use on beans was revoked by Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency. Over the next 10 years after the loss of vinclozolin, many new fungicides were registered for control or suppression of white mould in Canada.
Digging up roots… is this part of your routine crop scouting?
There are generally few early season insects we need to worry about in pulse and soybean crops grown in Manitoba.…