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California Grapes: New Weather Models Forecast ETo And Mildews

California Grapes: New Weather Models Forecast ETo And Mildews

👤From a Press Release 🕔Oct 25, 2017

CustomWeather, Inc., a premier, which provides high-resolution weather data and alert services, announced that it has released a group of weather models for the grape industry. The new models cover evapotranspiration (ETo) and also forecast powdery mildew and downy mildew

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Pennsylvania Corn, Soybeans: Time to Be Scouting for Diseases

Pennsylvania Corn, Soybeans: Time to Be Scouting for Diseases

👤By Alyssa Collins, Pennsylvania State University Disease Specialist 🕔Jul 13, 2017

Corn: If you’re a grower here in the mid-Atlantic, you’ve seen your share of corn diseases. This season has brought many of us timely rains, high humidity and moderate temperatures, all of which can favor the development of foliar diseases

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Alabama Soybeans: 4 Foliar Disease to Watch For

Alabama Soybeans: 4 Foliar Disease to Watch For

👤By Katie Nichols, Alabama Cooperative Extension 🕔Aug 3, 2016

Alabama producers have long been planting soybeans in regular crop rotations. These producers go to great lengths to familiarize themselves with diseases common in soybeans. In 2015, producers dealt with 14 different diseases during the growing season. Dr. Edward Sikora,

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Tennessee Soybeans: Scout Fields for Frogeye Leaf Spot, Septoria Brown Spot, Downy Mildew

Tennessee Soybeans: Scout Fields for Frogeye Leaf Spot, Septoria Brown Spot, Downy Mildew

👤By Heather Marie Kelly, University of Tennessee 🕔Aug 2, 2016

Many soybean fields are in reproductive growth stages and need to be scouted for disease to decide if a fungicide is needed.

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Pennsylvania Soybeans: Start Scouting Fields for Disease Symptoms

Pennsylvania Soybeans: Start Scouting Fields for Disease Symptoms

👤By Alyssa Collins, Pennsylvania State University 🕔Jun 22, 2016

Those soybeans that made it through the tough seedling stages this year can consider themselves lucky. The next thing we need to concern ourselves with is foliar disease. As you are evaluating your soybean stands, it would be worth your

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South Carolina Wheat: Powdery Mildew Turning Up In Pee Dee

South Carolina Wheat: Powdery Mildew Turning Up In Pee Dee

👤By Justin Ballew, Extension Agent, Marion County, South Carolina 🕔Apr 3, 2015

Powdery mildew is showing up in wheat fields across the Pee Dee right now.  Powdery mildew develops readily when the humidity is high and temperatures are between 59 and 72. If you walk through a wheat field on a cool morning

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Missouri Soybeans: Managing Late Season Diseases

👤By Laura Sweets, University of Missouri Plant Pathologist 🕔Sep 11, 2014

After a challenging start to the season with numerous reports of damping-off, seedling blights and root rots as well as herbicide injury, the soybean crop finally took off and looked good for much of the season. Now the overwhelming disease

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Iowa Soybeans: Diseases Are Taking Off

👤By Daren Mueller, Iowa State University, and Tristan Mueller, Iowa Soybean Association 🕔Sep 1, 2014

Several soybean diseases have popped up over the past several weeks across Iowa. While some diseases are quite severe in certain fields, others are only scattered problems in parts of the state. Regardless, it is important to scout and identify

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Georgia Soybeans: Downy Mildew Prevalent at Low Levels

🕔Aug 27, 2014

The disease is not believed to cause significant yield losses, according to a UGA scientist.

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Delaware Soybeans: Downy Mildew — Don’t Sweat It

👤By Nathan Kleczewski, Delaware Cooperative Extension 🕔Aug 1, 2014

The past two years Delaware has had a greater incidence than usual of soybean downy mildew. In some fields incidence has been near 30 percent. A few people have asked about the seriousness of this disease and the potential impacts

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