Compendium of Soybean Diseases
Production; Soybean diseases; Infectious diseases; Bacterial diseases; Bacterial blight; Bacterial pustule; Bacterial tan spot; Wildfire; Bacterial wilts; Crown gall; Other bacteria; Mycoplasmalike diseases; Machismo; Bud proliferation; Witches'-broom and phyllody; Beneficial bacteria; Fungal diseases; Fungal diseases of foliage, upper stems, pods, and seeds; Alternaria leaf spot and pod necrosis; Anthracnose; Brown spot; Cercospora blight and leaf spot; Choanephora leaf blight; Downy mildew; Frogeye leaf spot; Phyllosticta leaf spot; Powdery mildew; Red leaf blotch; Rhizoctonia aerial blight; Rust; Scab; Target spot; Fungal diseases of roots and lower stems; Brown stem rot; Charcoal rot; Fusarium blight or wilt, root rot, and pod and collar rot; Phytophthora rot; Pod and stem blight and Phomopsis seed decay; Stem canker; Pythium rot; Red crown rot; Rhizoctonia diseases; Sclerotinia stem rot; Sclerotium blight; Thielaviopsis root rot; Other fungi associated with root rots; Beneficial fungi; Virus diseases; Bean pod mottle virus; Cowpea chlorotic mottle virus; Peanut mottle virus; Soybean dwarf virus; Soybean mosaic virus; Tobacco ringspot virus; Tobacco streak virus; Bean yellow mosaic virus; Black gram mottle virus; Cowpea mild mottle virus; Cowpea severe mosaic virus; Indonesian soybean dwarf virus; Mung bean yellow mosaic virus; Peanut stripe virus; Soybean chlorotic mottle virus; Soybean Crinkle leaf virus; Soybean yellow vein virus; Tobacco mosaic virus; Other viruses; Nematode diseases; Soybean cyst nematode; Lance nematodes; Lesion nematodes; Reniform nematode; Root-knot nematodes; Sting nematodes; Other nematodes; Seed pathology; Detection of seedborne pathogens; Seedborne bacteria and bacterial diseases of seeds; Bacillus seed decay; Other seedborne bacteria; Seedborne fungi and fungal diseases of seeds; Alternaria pod and seed decay; Purple seed stain; Cercospora sojina; Chaetomium cupreum; Colletotrichum truncatum; Diaporthe-Phomopsis complex; Fusarium spp.; Macrophomina phaseolina; Yeast spot (Nematospora spot); Peronospora manshurica; Phomopsis seed decay; Other seedborne fungi; Postharvest pathology; Seedborne viruses; Other pathogens associated with seeds; Diseases of unknown or uncertain cause; Foliage blight; Sudden death syndrome; Yellow leaf spot; Noninfectious or stress diseases; Crusting and compaction; Frost; Hail; Heat canker; Lightning; Sunburn; Water stress; Mineral deficiencies and toxicities; Herbicide damage; Insecticide damage; Air pollutants; Soybean disease management strategies; Exclusion; Eradication; Protection; Disease resistance; Integrated pest management.
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Cercospora Blight and Leaf Spot
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