Management of sclerotinia in vining peas and green beans

This factsheet is about Sclerotinia, a disease caused by the fungus Sclerotinia sclerotiorum, is a recurring problem in the UK. The disease has a host range of more than 400 plant species, including many vegetable and arable crops such as carrots, lettuce, green beans, vining peas, potatoes and oilseed rape.

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