Yield Response of Soybeans to Headline Fungicide

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2011-01-01
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Rusk, Ryan
Kassel, Paul
Sievers, Joshua
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The use of fungicides in corn and soybean production has typically been used to manage severe disease outbreaks. In recent years, fungicides have been applied to fields with low levels of disease because of perceived yield increases. A study was initiated at the Northwest Research Farm in 2006 to study the impact that Headline fungicide applications have on yields of four different soybean varieties.

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