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Kentucky Soybeans: Is It Stem Canker…or Something Else?

Kentucky Soybeans: Is It Stem Canker…or Something Else?

👤By Kiersten Wise and Carl Bradley, University of Kentucky Extension Plant Pathologists 🕔Aug 30, 2017

Several issues in soybean can cause leaf tissue to turn yellow and brown between the veins, while the veins remain green.  These symptoms are known as interveinal chlorosis and necrosis. This article describes some of the diseases and disorders currently

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Delaware Soybeans: Stem Canker – Identification and Management

Delaware Soybeans: Stem Canker – Identification and Management

👤By Nathan Kleczewski, University of Delaware Extension Plant Pathologist 🕔Aug 8, 2017

Stem canker is a disease that has been observed at increasing levels in many regions where soybeans are produced. In Delaware and Maryland we typically observe both Northern and Southern stem canker. Although different in some aspects, their overall impacts

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Mississippi Soybeans: Stem Canker Variety Trial Evaluations

Mississippi Soybeans: Stem Canker Variety Trial Evaluations

👤By Tom Allen, Mississippi State University 🕔Nov 4, 2016

All of the entries in the 2016 Mississippi State University Official Variety Trials were evaluated for their reaction to the stem canker fungus.

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Soybeans: Tips for Managing 6 Serious Diseases

Soybeans: Tips for Managing 6 Serious Diseases

👤From the United Soybean Board 🕔Aug 2, 2016

There’s no shortage of diseases waiting to descend on your soybean crop. No matter where you farm, managing disease requires integrated action from planting to harvesting. Scouting and record-keeping are two tools that – when used in addition to the

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Mississippi: Soybeans Rust Spreading North Early

👤From the Mississippi State University Extension 🕔Sep 7, 2015

Soybean rust has currently been found in 13 counties in Mississippi from west of Hattiesburg to the Tennessee state line.

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South Dakota Corn, Soybeans: Stem Rot and Goss’s Wilt Increasing

South Dakota Corn, Soybeans: Stem Rot and Goss’s Wilt Increasing

👤By Emmanuel Byamukama, South Dakota State University 🕔Sep 3, 2015

Some soybean fields are beginning to change color and some corn is already half-way to the milk line. While disease threat on yield is minimal at this stage, some diseases may still limit seed fill and may cause crop harvest

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Midwest Soybeans: Disease Management – New Reference Material Center

Midwest Soybeans: Disease Management – New Reference Material Center

👤By Darrin Pack, Purdue University 🕔Aug 13, 2015

Purdue Extension has joined six other universities from the Midwest and Ontario, Canada, in a partnership with the North Central Soybean Research Program to create a series of reference materials helping producers identify and manage a variety of soybean diseases. The

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South Dakota Soybeans: Differentiating Between Root/Stem Rot and Stem Canker

South Dakota Soybeans: Differentiating Between Root/Stem Rot and Stem Canker

👤By Emmanuel Byamukama and Connie Strunk, South Dakota State University 🕔Aug 6, 2015

Have you noticed some of your soybean plants wilting and dying out in your fields? Two diseases observed making an appearance in South Dakota soybean fields are phytophthora root and stem rot and stem canker. Phytophthora Root and Stem Rot

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Soybean Disease: Is it SDS or Stem Canker?  – DTN

Soybean Disease: Is it SDS or Stem Canker? – DTN

👤By Emily Unglesbee, DTN Staff Reporter 🕔May 21, 2015

It isn’t easy to fool a plant pathologist, but one soybean disease nearly pulled a fast one on Daren Mueller last summer. The Iowa State University scientist was on the hunt for sudden death syndrome (SDS) in Iowa soybean fields.

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