All of the entries in the 2018 Mississippi State University Official Variety Trials (OVT) were evaluated for their reaction to the stem canker fungus. In addition, a few varieties (n=10) […]
The harvest in 2018 has been marred by frequent rains that resulted in soybeans in portions of the state being left out longer than desired. As expected, more attention to […]
Sudden death syndrome (SDS) is a disease of concern for soybean producers in Illinois and the surrounding region. The disease is caused by a soilborne fungus (Fusarium vilguliforme) that persists season […]
All of the entries in the 2017 Mississippi State University Official Variety Trials (OVT) were evaluated for their reaction to the stem canker fungus. In addition, a few varieties (n=19) were added to […]
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. […]
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 […]
All of the entries in the 2016 Mississippi State University Official Variety Trials were evaluated for their reaction to the stem canker fungus.
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 […]
Soybean rust has currently been found in 13 counties in Mississippi from west of Hattiesburg to the Tennessee state line.
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 […]