Kentucky Soybeans: Diseases To Be Watching For Aug 17, 2022
Symptoms of soybean leaves with interveinal chlorosis and interveinal necrosis have been observed in several fields across Kentucky recently. Interveinal chlorosis/necrosis is when the leaf tissue between the main leaf […]
One of the questions over the past few seasons has to do with the presence of phytotoxicity and how varieties may differ in sensitivity following a fungicide application.
Over the last few years, we have been documenting some remarkable soybean yield responses (upwards of 13 bushels) to sulfur (S) in northwestern Indiana. I shared more details of these […]
Over the past several years numerous fungicide products have been evaluated in small plot trials in Stoneville. The response of soybean plants to the application of specific fungicide products has […]
Incidences of anthracnose pod rot, cercospora blight, frogeye leaf spot, and phytoxicity have been on the rise throughout the state. Soybean rust has not been found and current conditions are […]
Farmers who were lucky enough to plant soybeans and spray pre-emergence herbicides in between rain events may now be seeing discolored or injured seedlings. Reports of fields with these issues […]