Dry Bean Diseases
Diseases are an important factor that often limits maximum dry bean yield. The root rots, particularly Fusarium root rot, are the most widely distributed throughout the state, but little has been done to establish extent of damage to crops.
Four major bacterial diseases occur simultaneously in a complex that is the most consistently damaging in Nebraska. Although few in number, these bacterial diseases have had major impacts on dry bean production and significant efforts have been and still are being made to manage them.