Southern Soybean Disease Workers


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Southern Soybean Disease Workers, Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Meeting (February 20-22, 1995, St. Louis, Missouri, United States)

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Business session

Soybean Disease Loss Estimate for the Southern United States during 1994. JA Wrather

Treasurer report. GG Hammes

SSDW Committee Chairmen for 1994-1995

Graduate student papers

Host preference of Rotylenchulus reniformis for weed species common to Louisiana soybean. CH Carter, EC McGawley, and JS Russin

Development of an immunoassay for Heterodera glycines eggs. MJ Kennedy, JE Schoelz, TL Niblack, PA Donald

Effects of delayed planting and host susceptibility on colonization of soybean by Calonectria crotalariae and development of red crown rot. PU Kuruppu, JS Russin, and EC McGawley

Effects of long-term corn/soybean rotation on pathogenicity of Pythium populations on soybean. BQ Zhang and XB Yang

Contributed papers

Possible shift to more virulent Phytophthora races in Mississippi. GL Sciumbato and BL Keeling

The relationship between trehalose content and dormancy of soybean cyst nematode, Heterodera glycines. JH Yen, AL Karr, TL Niblack, and WJ Weibold

Fertilization effects on Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS) in soybeans. MA Newman, AY Chambers, and DD Howard

Screening southern soybean cultivars for reaction to aerial blight. BG Harville, JS Russin, and RJ Habetz

Comparison of continuous soybean, fallow, and rotation with sorghum-sudan grass hybrid for nematode control in a field infested with root-knot and soybean cyst nematodes. R Rodríguez-Kábana, DB Weaver, and EL Carden

Recent progress in identifying soybean cultivars field tolerance of Macrophomina phaseolina. GS Smith and ON Carvil

Major soybean diseases in Brazil. JT Yorinori

Pre- and post-infection efficacy of benomyl for the control of stem canker of soybean. JC Rupe and CM Becton

Comparison of continuous soybean and rotation with cotton for nematode control in a field infested with root-knot and soybean cyst nematodes. DB Weaver, R Rodríguez-Kábana, and EL Carden

A rapid screening method for resistance to nematodes and soilborne pathogens using alginate films. N Kokalis-Burelle, N Martínez-Ochoa, DB Weaver, and R Rodríguez-Kábana

Progress of a project to identify differential cultivars and races of Cercospora sojina. DV Phillips and HR Boerma

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