Soybean producers are concerned that nutrient deficiencies and foliar diseases may be causing yield reductions in Michigan. As such, soybean producers tend to apply supplemental nutrient sources and fungicides even […]
Under certain conditions, applying a fungicide to corn may provide an economic return. A look at few key criteria will help in determining whether to apply fungicides or wait things […]
We are entering that time of year when growers start to think about fungicides for corn. Depending on who you speak to you will hear that they range from being […]
Well, the million dollar question is, “Should I spray a fungicide on my wheat?” The answer is, “It depends!” That may seem like NOT an answer, but it really does depend […]
After more than 12 years of running my own wheat foliar fungicide efficacy trials here in Ohio, and analyzing data collected by my colleagues across the country, I have come […]
Last week in the photo, Dr. Bob Kemerait had a slide with lots of good info about sites where fungicides kill plant diseases.
Soybean Disease Update Fungicide application timing for soybean foliar disease management should begin at R3 soybeans. R3 is the reproductive stage of pod initiation where 3/16 inch long pods are […]
Based on my observations this season I’d forego making a fungicide application to wheat at this time.
Iowa State University personnel assessed foliar fungicide and insecticide use on soybeans at seven locations across Iowa (Fig. 1), including the Northwest Farm (Sutherland), Northern Farm (Kanawha), Northeast Farm (Nashua), […]