Bean, Dry Cultivar Resistance to Bean Common Mosaic

Bean, Dry (Phaseolus vulgaris) — Cultivar Resistance to Bean Common Mosaic1

Variety

Type of

Resistance*

Variety

Type of

Resistance*

Black Turtle

Great Northern

Black Magic

I

Alpine

none

Midnight

I

Harris

bc#

UI 906

I

Starlight

none

UI 911

I

Tara

none?

Cranberry

UI 59

bc#

Cardinal

I

UI 60

bc#

Michigan Improved

none

UI 425

bc#

Taylor Horticultural

none

UI 1140

bc#

UI 50

I

Pink

UI 686

I

Harold

bc#

Navy and Small White

Roza

none

Aurora

I

Sutter

none

C-20

I

UI 537

bc#

Fleetwood

I

Victor

bc#

Mayflower

I

Viva

bc#

Sanilac

bc+

Pinto

Snow Flake

bc+

Aztec

none

UI 125

I

Arapaho

bc#

UI 137

I

Bill Z

bc#

UI 158

I

Chase

none

Upland

bc+

Nodak

variable

Red Kidney

NW-410

bc+

California Early

I

NW-590

bc+

Chinook

I

Olathe

bc

Isabella

I

Othello

bcb

Isles

I

Sierra

none

Kamiakin

I

UI 114

bc#

Kardinal

I

UI 126

bc#

Montcalm

I

UI 129

bc#

Red Kloud

I

UI 196

bc^

Royal Red

I

Yellow Eye

UI 722

I

Steuben

none

Red Mexican

UI 228

#

UI 239

#

This table shows some dry bean cultivars grown in the Pacific Northwest and the type of genetic resistance each has to Bean common mosaic virus.

1Prepared by J.R. Myers, OSU

*I = Dominant I gene resistance

bc = bc gene resistance.

+ = Resistant only to the common strain of BCMV.

# = Resistant to strains of BCMV commonly found in Idaho.

^ = Resistant to all but NL-4 strain of BCMV.

? = Inferred from variety release notices and pedigree information, but testing with differential virus strains has not been reported.