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  1. ARUGULA, NEMAT
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    ARUGULA, NEMAT

    0190041U (Untreated)
    High glucosinolate producing arugula that is an excellent trap crop for root knot and sugar beet cyst nematode. Shows good disease and weed suppression also. Plant in spring, summer, or fall. Very cold and drought tolerant. Over‐winters in many Northern climates in the rosette stage. Mowing at bloom maintains cover for longer periods, improving nematode trapping potential. Can be utilized in vineyards and orchards. Seeding rate: 5‐7 lbs. per acre.
  2. BEAN, AFFIRMED
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    BEAN, AFFIRMED

    0160170T (Treated)

    High yield potential! Longer, straighter and better quality pods. Plant is less prone to lodging and sets well up off the ground. Performs best in cool, wet seasons or on high fertility soils.

    Disease Resistant Codes BCMV Cl Pss Psp

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    Code Common Name Scientific Name
    BCMV Bean common mosaic Bean common mosaic virus
    Cl Anthracnose Colletotrichum lindemuthianum
    Pss Bacterial brown spot Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae
    Psp Halo blight Pseudomonas savastanoi pv. phaseolicola
  3. BEAN, BA0999
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    BEAN, BA0999

    0160153T (Cruiser or equivalent)

    Early maturing, high yield potential, broad regional adaptability. Consistent pod quality. Great for first-early, back-fill or double-crop use. Demonstrates reliable performance in hot and cold environments.

    Disease Resistant Codes BCMV Pss

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    Code Common Name Scientific Name
    BCMV Bean common mosaic Bean common mosaic virus
    Pss Bacterial brown spot Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae
  4. BEAN, BOWIE
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    BEAN, BOWIE

    0160193T (Cruiser)

    Uniform dark green color, straight pods. Upright plants are easy to harvest, 60%; 4 sieve.

    Disease Resistant Codes BCMV Pss Psp BCTV Xap

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    Code Common Name Scientific Name
    BCMV Bean common mosaic Bean common mosaic virus
    Pss Bacterial brown spot Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae
    Psp Halo blight Pseudomonas savastanoi pv. phaseolicola
    BCTV Beet curly top Beet curly top virus
    Xap Common or fuscous blight 3Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. phaseoli
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