Featured: Phenotyping Techniques, Identification of Soybean Resistance to the Kudzu Bug
The kudzu bug is a newly invasive Asian pest of soybean in the southeastern United States. Due to the unique biology of this soybean pest, six screening techniques were tested to identify host plant resistance to kudzu bug. Soybean lines previously characterized as resistant to either leaf-chewing or piercing-sucking insects were used to test screening techniques and to identify potential sources of kudzu bug resistance. >>
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