LATEST NEWS FROM Disease

Hands and soil
10:29AM Jul 07, 2020

July Scouting: Dry Conditions, Insect and Nutrient Concerns

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

It seems like there is always something to scout in corn and soybeans, no matter what time of the year you hit the fields.

14:14PM Jul 02, 2020

3 Scouting Tips to Stay Ahead of Tar Spot

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Tar Spot has been lurking in Midwest fields since 2015—and possibly even earlier by escaping detection. In five years, it has spread to eight states and decimated yield potential in

Aerial application
14:50PM Jun 10, 2020

Is Fungicide Worth It? Check These Three Factors First

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

When it comes to fungicide, critically examine your opportunity for yield increases to determine whether two, one or any application is needed.

09:43AM Apr 27, 2020

Manage 2020’s Triple Threat

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Planting is the first step in the quest to mazimize yields. As seeds hit the ground, they’re under attack from various predators.

09:48AM Apr 24, 2020

Diseases to Track in 2020

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

Planting is just the first step in the battle for high yields. As soon as seeds hit the ground, they’re under attack from various predators – namely fungus and disease.

14:02PM Apr 15, 2020

Wet Weather Could Increase Disease Risk

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor

As soon as seeds hit the ground, they’re under attack from various predators – namely fungus and disease. Analyze your seed treatments and fungicide options if infestations threaten yields.

16:03PM Apr 07, 2020

Salmonella Dublin Threat May Be Growing

Maureen Hanson
AgWeb Contributor

Veterinary diagnostic labs are reporting an increase in Salmonella Dublin isolates from U.S. dairy farms.