Soybean Viruses


By Dr. Loren J. Giesler
Associate Professor and Extension Plant Pathologist
Department of Plant Pathology
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
lgiesler1@unl.edu

Part 1: Biology and Symptoms
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Part 2: Management Overview
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Summary:

There are two parts to this soybean viruses presentation. The first part, titled Soybean Viruses: Biology and Symptoms will cover the most common soybean viruses with an emphasis placed on identification of each disease. An overview and introduction to viral diseases will be presented. Information on how each virus is transmitted will also be discussed. The second part, titled Soybean Viruses: Management Overview will focus on management options for soybean viral diseases. Management options will be discussed in general terms which focus on ways to avoid or reduce vector populations. Genetic resistance to viral disease will also be discussed. The source of virus will also be discussed in terms of how to reduce potential introductions.


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