Research looks for beans that tolerate pests, drought

Issue Date: October 24, 2012
By Bob Johnson

In a plot in one of the University of California, at Davis, agronomy test fields, hundreds of lima bean-type plants from an international collection housed in Colombia are being grown in the hope of finding a handful that can help growers manage lygus bugs and control nematodes.

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