Missouri Soybeans: Managing Sudden Death Syndrome and Soybean Cyst Nematodes

🕔Apr 27, 2018Sudden death syndrome SDS is caused by the soil inhabiting fungus Fusarium virguliforme, survives on soybean residues and produces survival structures which can withstand the elements for several years. Its […]

Oklahoma Soybeans: Dealing with Sudden Death Syndrome, Bacterial Pustule

🕔Oct 3, 2017As the soybean season winds down there are were a couple of noteworthy diseases observed that are worth reviewing and looking out for in the future. Sudden Death Syndrome This […]

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

🕔Aug 30, 2017Several 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. […]

Delaware Soybeans: Increasing Reports of Sudden Death Syndrome

🕔Aug 24, 2017Over the past three weeks there have been increasing reports of soybean sudden death syndrome (SDS) in full season soybeans. SDS is one of the top ten most important diseases affecting soybeans, […]

Nebraska Soybeans: Sudden Death Syndrome Starting to Show Up

🕔Aug 21, 2017Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS) symptoms typically start to appear when soybeans are in the mid- to late pod-filling stages. This disease is becoming more common in Nebraska, but still occurs […]

Soybeans: Sudden Death Syndrome – What Dictates Where it Pops Up? – DTN

🕔Aug 17, 2017Have you ever wondered why one patch of soybeans dies from Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS), while 6 feet away, another patch thrives? The answer may be smaller than you thought […]

Ohio Soybeans: Sudden Death Syndrome Popping Up Across the State

🕔Aug 8, 2017I don’t think too many people in the state will deny that Ohio’s planting conditions were tough. We had a mix of saturated soils and cool temperatures. We have several […]

Mississippi Soybeans: Taproot Decline, Sudden Death Syndrome More Active Than Normal

🕔Jul 3, 2017Mississippi State University Extension Services have received lots of calls over the past several weeks regarding root rot or plants that appear to have sudden death syndrome.

Illinois Soybeans: What Diseases Will Prevail in Weird Weather?

🕔Jun 20, 2017Weird spring—wet and cool early, followed by hot and dry. What diseases will prevail? In early planted soybeans many were worried about Pythium root rot, thanks to the cool, wet […]

Soybean Yield Increase: Lower Planting Rate Plus a Proven Seed Treatment, Study says – DTN

🕔Jan 24, 2017A new study from the University of Wisconsin holds some good news for soybean growers facing tight margins in 2017.  The research, led by Extension agronomist Shawn Conley and Ph. […]

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