Talk:Tylosema esculentum

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Pests[edit]

There is not much reported about diseases. But two fungi are coinfecting the pods of morama beans leading to necrotic leasons. The fungi were revealed to be Alternaria tenuissima and Phoma spp.

Also, insect pests could have been observed causing seed damage. But the identity of these insects are not confirmed yet.[1]

  1. ^ Jackson, Jose C.; Duodu, Kwaku G.; Holse, Mette; Lima de Faria, Margarida D.; Jordaan, Danie; Chingwaru, Walter; Hansen, Aase; Cencic, Avrelija; Kandawa-Schultz, Martha; Mpotokwane, Selalelo M.; Chimwamurombe, Percy; de Kock, Henrietta L.; Minaar, Amanda (2010). The Morama Bean (Tylosema esculentum): A Potential Crop for Southern Africa. Advances in Food and Nutrition Research. pp. 187–246.