Table 1 from:
Wrather, A., Shannon, G., Balardin, R., Carregal, L., Escobar, R., Gupta, G. K., Ma, Z., Morel, W., Ploper, D., and Tenuta, A. 2010. Effect of diseases on soybean yield in the top eight producing countries in 2006. Online. Plant Health Progress doi:10.1094/PHP-2010-0125-01-RS.
Table 1. Estimated reduction of soybean yields (thousand metric tonnes) due to diseases in the top eight soybean-producing countries in 2006.
w Tr = trace.
x Other nematodes were lance, lesion and reniform in Brazil; primarily lesion as well as lance, sting, and stubby root in Canada; and lance, lesion, reniform, sting and stubby root in the United States.
y Virus diseases were soybean mosaic, alfalfa mosaic, peanut mottle, tobacco streak, cucumber mosaic and bean common mosaic in Argentina; cucumber mosaic in Bolivia; mungbean yellow mosaic, soybean mosaic and peanut bud necrosis in India; and soybean mosaic, bean pod mottle, tobacco ringspot and peanut mottle in the United States.
z Other diseases were target spot in Argentina and Bolivia, Rhizoctonia root rot in Canada, grey spot in China, and Myrothecium leaf spot and target spot in India.
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