Summer scouting in soybean: Top dieback and other diseases

August 27, 2007 03:29 PM
 

This summer in Iowa there has been a mixed bag of soybean diseases seen during scouting, probably because of climate patterns that have differed from other seasons and because of the very different weather that has occurred in various regions across the state. Read this article for more insights on diseases like white mold, sudden death syndrome, and top dieback. (Source: Integrated Crop Management from Iowa State, 8/6/07)

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