It’s the time of the year in which symptoms of some foliar soybean diseases are becoming apparent. Variety susceptibility, field history, and weather conditions all play a role in the […]
The early-planted soybean crop has been observed to contain little-to-no frogeye. However, over the past two weeks, frogeye has increased in some field situations due to the conducive environment and […]
As folks can get in through the muddy fields a couple of foliar diseases are beginning to be spotted. The first, Septoria brown spot, is a normal disease found throughout […]
Up until the past 10 days, the questions regarding diseases in soybean had been rather quiet. However, following the extended periods of cooler than normal weather conditions as well as […]
Septoria brown spot (SBS) is the second biggest disease threat to soybean yield after soybean cyst nematode. Since SBS can potentially reduce soybean yield more than most farmers and agronomists […]
While the earliest planted soybeans are drying down and being harvested, many later planted soybeans are exhibiting multiple diseases and some pre-mature defoliation may be occurring.
As can be expected many diseases of soybean do not appear until reproductive growth stages. Diseases that have been reported in West Tennessee include sudden death syndrome, target spot, septoria […]
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 […]
Many soybean fields are in reproductive growth stages and need to be scouted for disease to decide if a fungicide is needed.
With the increased and frequent rain showers over the past 7 to 10 days, the number of lower to mid-canopy soybean diseases have increased.