Update on soybean diseases

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2017-12-01
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Mueller, Daren
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Although parts of Iowa experienced dry conditions during the 2017 growing season, several important diseases were observed. Early season diseases were not common, but by late July prevalence increased. White mold was the most damaging disease in the northern part of the state. There was also limited, late development of sudden death syndrome and pod and stem blight (Diaporthe). Tobacco ringspot was found across much of Iowa very late in the season. This presentation will focus on these specific diseases and provide management updates for soybean diseases in general.

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