Asked 4th Nov, 2014

How important are Fusarium species to soybean seeds?

Which soybean seedborne Fusarium species can we expect to find in a soybean seed lot? Do we actually know that? Are seedborne Fusarium species plant pathogens?

All Answers (3)

4th Nov, 2014
Jay Ram Lamichhane
French National Institute for Agriculture, Food, and Environment (INRAE)
Hello Rodrigo,
To my knowledge, there is not any record of Fusarium as seedborne pathogen of soybean. However, external contamination of seed may occur sometimes.
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19th Aug, 2015
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