Soybean Diseases

White mold in soybean

White Mold More Common This Year in Soybean August 24, 2017

The increased levels of white mold that growers are finding in soybean this year are likely due to cool wet conditions at bloom, when the initial infection actually occurred.

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Charcoal rot in soybean

Charcoal Rot: A Hidden Threat to Soybean Yield July 27, 2017

The persistent hot weather this growing season may be conducive to the development of charcoal rot disease in soybean and scouting is urged. Although charcoal rot is most severe in hot dry conditions, it can also cause losses when ample moisture is present, making it a hidden threat to yield.

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Phytophthora root and stem rot

Conditions Favor Early Season Soybean Diseases Again This Year June 6, 2017

Cool, wet conditions in May may be contributing to soybean seedling injury from disease. Scouting is recommended to identify diseases and differentiate injury from that caused by herbicides when determining potential stand loss.

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