Soybean Diseases and Their Effect on Yield Elements in Southern Regions of Uzbekistan

Meyliyev Akmal *

Southern Research Institute of Agriculture, Beshkent yo`li 3km, Karshi-730000, Uzbekistan.

Toshmetova Feruza

Southern Research Institute of Agriculture, Beshkent yo`li 3km, Karshi-730000, Uzbekistan.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Fusarium (Fusarium L) disease of soybean in the cultivation of soybean grain causes a loss of 30-60% of grain yield and serious damage to the level of protein and fat content of grain. With this in mind, this paper discusses the development, prevalence, yield and 1000-grain weight of soybean fungal diseases and the effectiveness of seed treatments in disease control.

Keywords: Soybean, grain yield, fusarium, disease, pathogen, Fusarium L, grain, plant, white rot

How to Cite

Akmal , Meyliyev, and Toshmetova Feruza. 2023. “Soybean Diseases and Their Effect on Yield Elements in Southern Regions of Uzbekistan”. Asian Journal of Agricultural and Horticultural Research 10 (4):236-45.


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