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Wind-driven rain and hail spread blight through Montana’s pulse crops

Feb 1, 2013
To protect their $1.2 billion industry from Ascochyta blight, growers should rotate their crops with at least three years between pulse crops, get accurate diagnoses of suspected problems, consider planting fungicidetreated seeds, and be aware that...

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