In the past two years, I have received several reports of fields suffering yield loses due to stem rot. Last year I saw several affected fields. This year, I am […]
Heavy rain on June 22-23, 2017, has created waterlogged and ponded areas in many soybean fields in Michigan. (Similar flooding occured in 2015). The excess soil water is detrimental to […]
Georgia is really starting to get busy with harvest as growers are full throttle digging peanuts and defoliating cotton, but that doesn’t mean disease season is quite over yet.
Brown Stem Rot (BSR) is a fungal disease of soybeans that has never been positively confirmed in the Chesapeake Bay area, although suspect plants have been occasionally observed over the […]
Each year things seem to be coming earlier, choices need to be made even before we have this current crop in the grain bin, much less have it sold. Here […]
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 […]