Dry Beans are produced in 17 states in the USA, as well as five provinces in Canada, resulting in nearly 38 million cwt from approximately 2.25 million acres in 2002. This comprehensive guide to dry bean production and pest management includes economics and marketing; classification and performance; seed certification; climate effects; crop rotation; planting; nutrient management; irrigation; tillage; harvest and post harvest; and weed, insect, and disease management. With more than 200 color photos, a field key, diagnostic checklist, glossary, and additional references, this publication is the industry's guide to growing beans in the Colorado and the Central Plains.
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