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Bean Diseases : new varieties less susceptible to disease

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Bean Diseases : new varieties less susceptible to disease


Significant progress has been made over the last twenty years in the Bean species. Recent varieties do not have a string. They are also much more resistant than their forbears (Fin de Bagnols, Triomphe de Farcy or Contender) to bean diseases, such as the common mosaic virus or anthracnose, a pathogenic fungus.

A few bean varieties are also resistant to "bean halo blight" which produces oily marks on pods and leaves: these include CASTANDEL, SANSOUCY and CROCKETT.


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