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Compendium of Bean Diseases
Compendium of Bean Diseases

Edited by Howard F. Schwartz, James R. Steadman, Robert Hall, and Robert L. Forster

"...highly recommended to every plant pathologist, especially those active in extension work." -- Journal of Phytopathology

“This compendium is a very good source of scientific and practical information on diseases of beans. The way it is organized makes the compendium easy to consult, even by non-specialists, and very useful for disease diagnosis and to provide immediate information on the causal organism and its life cycle and epidemiology. Thus, it will be of great use for all scientists, students and agriculturalists interested in the study and cultivation of beans.” -- Nematologia Mediterranea

"...has a disease-for-dummies feel to it with hints for disease diagnosis such as illustrations of the diseased crop in the field, specific location of the disease on the plant, and symptom definitions with illustrations such as shriveled leaves versus wrinkled, bubbled leaves." -- Mycologist's Bookshelf

"The second edition of the Compendium of Bean Diseases provides a much appreciated update and expansion after 14 years with the aim of providing an international overview over biotic and abiotic diseases of Phaseolus beans…the international scope of the compendium is of great importance.” -- European Journal of Plant Pathology

“…very informative and excellently written and illustrated compendium…this book will be of great interest to bean growers, plant protection specialists, diagnostic clinicians and all others interested in recognition or management of bean plants diseases.” -- The Journal of Plant Protection Research

2005; 8.5” x 11” soft cover; 120 pages; 201 images; ISBN 0-89054-327-5; (1 lb.); Item No. 43275

Item: 089054327

Price: $65.00


   

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