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Present status and future research dimensions of soybean diseases for sustainable productivity of soybean in India

  • Shamarao JahagirdarEmail author
Research Article

Abstract

Diseases take heavy toll in soybean production and eventually the productivity. Detection, diagnosis of soybean diseases by adopting modern tools, research on variability and race pattern of soybean rust pathogen, host plant resistance and integrated disease management strategies carried out during 2010–2016 at the University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad has led to the release of first ever rust resistant variety DSb 21 in the country. All these aspects are outlined in this review.

Keywords

Detection and diagnosis Molecular and morphological variability Soybean diseases Integrated disease management 

Notes

Acknowledgements

The author greatly acknowledge University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad and ICAR-Indian Institute of Soybean Research,Indore for providing all the facilities to carry out this decade long research., and also Indian Phytopathological Society for honoring with the most prestigious national award: Prof. J.F Dastur Memorial Award during IPS, National Symposium at AAU, Jorhat held during February 15–17, 2018.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Plant PathologyUniversity of Agricultural SciencesDharwadIndia

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