Soybean Disease

Screen capture of August 10 Market Journal
Screen capture of August 10 Market Journal

Market Journal on Weed Management, Soybean Diseases August 10, 2018

This week on Market Journal: the importance of weed management after wheat harvest with Chris Proctor, market analysis with Luck Beckman of Central Valley Ag, soybean disease update with Loren Giesler, and the forecast with Al Dutcher.

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Frogeye leafspot on a soybean leaf

Frogeye Leaf Spot Showing Up in Soybean July 18, 2018

With much of the state's soybean crop soon entering pod stages, it's time to scout for frogeye leaf spot. This guide and video address scouting and management.

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Soybean seedling with disease injury

Soilborne and Early Seedling Pathogens and Delayed Planting in Corn and Soybean May 3, 2018

Soilborne pathogens and early seedling diseases may be more frequent in corn and soybean this year due to cool weather conditions this spring and delayed planting.

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Fungicides are for Fungi April 24, 2018

Management of foliar fungal disease is achieved in many of our field crops by applying fungicides. Over the past several years, there have been examples of misidentification of some bacterial diseases that are easily confused for fungal diseases in field crops.

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Frogeye leaf spot
Frogeye leaf spot

Frogeye Leaf Spot Resistance Increasing in Soybean February 21, 2018

While not close to Nebraska yet, fungicide-resistant frogeye leaf spot has been confirmed in eastern Iowa. Ward off problems here by implementing integrated management practices.

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Sudden deaht syndrome in soybean
Sudden death syndrome in soybean

Sudden Death Syndrome Starting to Show up in Soybeans August 16, 2017

Sudden death syndrome often appears in small patches of a field and can be confused with injury from brown stem rot. This story and two field videos examine SDS symptoms and how to differentiate it from other diseases. Once confirmed in a field, management begins with seed selection for the next crop.

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soybean stem canker

Soybean Stem Canker Uncommon, but Found in Southeast Nebraska August 10, 2017

Nebraska Extension Plant Pathologist Loren Giesler shares a short field video on identifying soybean stem canker.

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Wilted, stunted phytophthora
Figure 1. Wilted and stunted soybean plant due to phytophthora in an otherwise healthy field. (Photo taken in Hall County by Sarah Schlund)

Phytophthora Root and Stem Rot Developing in Soybeans July 27, 2017

As conditions heated up the last two weeks, the fungus causing phytophthora root and stem rot became active in irrigated fields and those fields that received significant rain over the past couple weeks. Growers are encouraged to scout for this disease and, if found, manage through seed selection and treatment for the next crop.

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