To reduce damage by Rhizoctonia solani Kühn on broadbean, several treatments, alone or combined, were studied: Two fungicides, barley straw (BS), alfalfa straw (AS) and solarization (Sol.). The variables evaluated were: Percentage of infection, number of emerged plants, number of dead plants, plant height, number of pods per plant and yield in two growing seasons. According to the results, with the treatment BS + quintozene + Sol., less infection occurred, followed by BS + benomyl + Sol., in both growing sea-sons. In the treatments BS + benomyl + Sol., BS + benomyl, and BS + quintozene + Sol., the greatest number of emerged plants and the lowest number of dead plants were observed. In addition, for plant height, number of pods per plant, and yield, the treatments BS + quintozene + Sol., BS + benomyl + Sol., and BS + quintozene were the best, although, in general, the BS + quintozene + Sol., were outstanding among the treatments. The fungicides quintozene and benomyl alone resulted in fair control compared with the best treatments. However, supplemented with barley and solarization, they were more efficient. The treatments alfalfa straw and alfalfa straw + solarization showed a greater percentage of infection, fewer emerged plants, lower plant height, and lower yield.