J Nematol. 2017 Mar;49(1):1. First Report of the Spiral Nematode Helicotylenchus microlobus Infecting Soybean in North Dakota. International Journal of Environment, Agriculture a nd Biotechnology (IJEAB) - NOV 2016 - Field Evaluation of Different Modules against Insect Pest and Diseases of Soybean. DELTA FARM PRESS 13/12/16 Here are some of the primary soybean diseases in the Mid-South and recommendations for management. Finding disease in a soybean crop is one thing.
Deciding how to manage it is a much more complicated challenge altogether. With that in mind, here are some of the primary soybean diseases in the Mid-South and recommendations for management. Taproot decline — Pathologists have confirmed a new pathogen responsible for the disease, which was previously referred to as black root rot and mystery disease, although the fungus does not have an official classification just yet. Trey Price, plant pathologist with the LSU AgCenter-Macon Ridge Research Station at Winnsboro, La., says the disease typically is not noticed by producers until pod fill (R5). “That’s when we start seeing foliar symptoms that closely resemble other root/stem diseases, like sudden death syndrome, stem canker, or red crown rot.
Taproot decline does have characteristics that can be distinguished from the aforementioned imitators. THE BEATSHEET 06/09/16 Phytoplasma and virus problems in soybean and mungbean crops. Photos 1 and 2: Tiny, immature, sterile pods on soybean from Darling Downs.
A devastating disease was observed in several paddocks of soybean crops in the Branchview area of the Darling Downs in late autumn 2016. Almost 100 percent of plants were affected in some paddocks. The affected plants produced no, or very few filled pods and instead had a proliferation of tiny immature pods as shown in Photos 1 and 2. The plants also remained green while nearby, unaffected crops matured and browned off as normally expected. The severely affected crops had so few filled pods that they were uneconomical to harvest. The observed pod symptoms from the Darling Downs were similar to typical phytoplasma symptoms but the lack of little leaf symptoms was unexpected and the extent of damage across entire paddocks has not been observed before. Photo 3: Potential phytoplasma vector – the brown leaf hopper (Orosius orientalis).
Sci. agric. (Piracicaba, Braz.) vol.72 no.1 Piracicaba Jan./Feb. 2015 Rapid PCR-based assay for Sclerotinia sclerotiorum detection on soybean seeds. References.
Références universitaires. Hindi ASA Madhyapradesh VIA YOUTUBE 09/12/11 Insect Pests of Soybean and their Management. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 09/05/16 Local descriptors for soybean disease recognition. CHILEAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH - APRIL-JUNE 2016 - Analyses of the community compositions of root rot pathogenic fungi in the soybean rhizosphere soil. ACES via YOUTUBE 23/07/13 Soybean Insects - Description, Damage, Threshold and Scouting Techniques. GENOK - JANV 2012 - Soybean Production in the Southern Cone of the Americas: Update on Land and Pesticide Use. INQUIRY (UNIVERSITE DU MINNESOTA) 17/07/15 Precision farming targets major threat to soybean crops.
Over the last 15 years, farmers across the U.S. have faced a daunting challenge.
The soybean aphid, an invasive species first reported in the U.S. in 2000, has flourished on farms. These tiny yellow insects can destroy up to 40 percent of a soybean field when left unchecked. This is bad news for Minnesota, where soybeans are the top export crop and farmers produce 3 billion bushels of beans a year, according to the Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council. A team of University of Minnesota researchers is working to give farmers better tools and techniques to protect their crops from pests like the soybean aphid.
Using high-tech robotics and sensors and computer modeling software, the team aims to develop faster and more efficient methods of monitoring crops that help farmers make informed decisions on exactly when and where to apply pesticides. “Optimizing pesticide application is a complex science,” Gebre-Egziabher said. A more precise approach to agriculture Prof. Prof. Related. MethodsX Volume 3, 2016, Pages 62–68 Development of methodologies for virus detection in soybean and wheat seeds. Abstract Seeds that contain large amounts of oil, starch, fibers and phenols are the most difficult tissues for RNA extraction.
In order to minimize matrix effects, QuEChERS procedure was modified and applied. Application of isotopic dilution mass spectrometry (IDMS) allowed an accurate quantification. The method provided excellent results in terms of trueness, reproducibility and repeatability. The method is suitable for application during the certification of a certified reference material. Abstract A sensitive, accurate and simple liquid chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry method for the determination of 10 selected pesticides in soya beans has been developed and validated.
International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics - 2010 - Groundnut and soybean economies of Asia: facts, trends. Birthal, P.S. and Rao, P.P. and Nigam, S.N. and Bantilan, M.C.S. and Bhagavatula, S. (2010) Groundnut and soybean economies of Asia: facts, trends and outlook.
Technical Report. International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics, Patancheru, Andhra Pradesh, India. Globally, groundnut and soybean are the two most important oil-bearing leguminous crops that contribute significantly to the food and nutrition security of the poor, particularly in developing countries where they are widely grown. EMBRAPA SOJA - 2012 - Integrated Pest Management as a Tool to Mitigate the Pesticide Negative Impact Into the Agroecosystem: The.
EMBRAPA SOJA - 2012 - Integrated Pest Management as a Tool to Mitigate the Pesticide Negative Impact Into the Agroecosystem: The Soybean Example – guatemalt
As. J. Food Ag-Ind. 2011, 4(05), 335-341 Improvement of the quality and shelf-life of minced beef mixed with soy protein by Sage. NSW GOVERNMENT 12/03/13 New variety transforms soybean production. 12 Mar 2013 The State’s farmers are well placed to capitalise on the growing demand for soybeans following the release of a new, high performing soybean variety, Department of Primary Industries (DPI) Director Plant Systems, Dr Alison Bowman, said today.
“The new variety, called “Bidgee”, outperforms other varieties on yield, crop vigour and protein levels,” Dr Bowman said. “The variety has been specially designed for the irrigated regions of southern NSW. “The release of the new variety follows extensive research by the Australian Soybean Breeding Program, a partnership between DPI, Grains and Research Development Corporation and CSIRO. “Much of the research and development was conducted at DPI’s Leeton Field Station. “It was given the name Bidgee, which refers to the Murrumbidgee River in southern NSW that supplies the irrigation water, the life-blood, of the Murrumbidgee irrigation areas.” “Much of the soybeans produced in the Riverina are used in the manufacture of soymilk and tofu.”
PLOS 10/10/12 Increasing Cropping System Diversity Balances Productivity, Profitability and Environmental Health. Balancing productivity, profitability, and environmental health is a key challenge for agricultural sustainability. Most crop production systems in the United States are characterized by low species and management diversity, high use of fossil energy and agrichemicals, and large negative impacts on the environment.
We hypothesized that cropping system diversification would promote ecosystem services that would supplement, and eventually displace, synthetic external inputs used to maintain crop productivity. To test this, we conducted a field study from 2003–2011 in Iowa that included three contrasting systems varying in length of crop sequence and inputs. Figures Citation: Davis AS, Hill JD, Chase CA, Johanns AM, Liebman M (2012) Increasing Cropping System Diversity Balances Productivity, Profitability and Environmental Health. Editor: John P. African Crop Science Conference Proceedings, Vol. 10. pp. 115 - 120 2011 A sustainable approach to increased soybean production.
FAS USDA 28/03/13 BRAZIL : Oilseeds and Products Annual - 2013-14 Record Soybean Production Forecast at 85 mmt. Soybean Checkoff-Funded Research Database 01/10/12 Listing of Research Projects Underway on October 1, 2012. IOWA SATE UNIVERSITY - 2010 - Thèse en ligne : Effect of agronomic practices on sudden death syndrome of soybean in Iowa. Cienc. Rural vol.41 no.7 Santa Maria July 2011 Seed treatment with fungicides and insecticides reducing the hydric stress on soy. Tratamento de sementes com fungicidas e inseticidas como redutores dos efeitos do estresse hídrico em plantas de soja Seed treatment with fungicides and insecticides reducing the hydric stress on soybean plants Ricardo Silveiro BalardinI, 1; Felipe Dalla Lana da SilvaI; Daniel DebonaII; Gerson Dalla CorteI; Diego Dalla FaveraI; Nédio Rodrigo TormenI IDepartamento de Defesa Fitossanitária, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria (UFSM), Av.
ERS USDA - 2011 - U.S. Soybean Industry: Background Statistics and Information. AGMANAGER 15/02/12 Soybean Market Situation & 2012/13 Outlook.