Soybean Disease

Figure 1.  Foliar symptoms of SDS start as clorotic blotches between the veins (leaves in the background) and advance to necrotic areas with bright yellow margins. Veins remain green.
Figure 1. Foliar symptoms of SDS start as clorotic blotches between the veins (leaves in the background) and advance to necrotic areas with bright yellow margins. Veins remain green.

Sudden Death Syndrome Showing Up in Several Areas

August 26, 2016
Wet soil conditions earlier this year and heavy rains during flowering were favorable for early infection with Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS). While there is no treatment at this time, correctly identifying any (and all) stem and root rots like SDS can help you plan for management in future years.

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Soybean/Corn Disease Update and Field Day Aug. 24 near Auburn

August 4, 2016

Nebraska Extension will be hosting a Soybean/Corn Disease Update and Field Day Wednesday August 24 in Nemaha County.

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Frogeye leaf spot in soybean
Frogeye leaf spot in soybean

Frogeye Leaf Spot Starting to Show Up in Soybean

August 3, 2016
While the fungal disease frogeye leafspot (Cercospora sojina) is not common across Nebraska, it is becoming more widespread. Here's how to identify and manage it in soybeans.

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White mold in soybean
White mold in soybean

Sclerotinia Stem Rot (White Mold) in Soybean: What to Look For

July 28, 2016
This article explores how to identify Sclerotinia stem rot (white mold) in soybean fields and differentiate it from other diseases which also may be occurring at this time.

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