SOYBEAN DISEASE HOT TOPICS
New Phytophthora sp. causing root rot on soybean in Wisconsin (PDF) – Information about a new pathogen discovered in 2012
SOYBEAN DISEASE DIAGNOSTICS
Visual Quick Guide to Common Soybean Diseases
Read or print this guide directly by clicking here (pdf). Print copies are available from your Wisconsin county Extension office or from the UW Extension Learning Store (1-877-947-7827).
Video: Soybean Disease Risk Assessment: Early Season. In a spring field, Paul Esker considers the key factors of soil temperature, soil moisture, soybean variety, and seed treatment fungicides.
Video: Soybean Germination and Emergence: Common Issues . In a spring field, Shawn Conley gives tips on seeding depth, soil compaction issues, loss of cotyledon at emergence, frost damage, and general stand assessment.
INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT
|2013 UPDATE! Wisconsin Soybean Cyst Nematode Management BrochureCLICK HERE to download the PDF|
||2013 UPDATE! A3878 – “Fungicide resistance management in corn, soybean, and wheat in Wisconsin” (PDF) - Information about fungicides labeled for corn, soybean, and wheat in Wisconsin and how to prevent fungicide resistance in fungal pathogens of those crops.|
|2013 UPDATE! “What’s on your seed?” (PDF) – A list of active ingredients and trade names for commonly labeled seed treatments used on corn and other field crops.|
Top 10 Yield-Limiting Factors in Wisconsin Soybeans A43686 (pdf)
Estimated Bushels Needed to Cover the Cost of Foliar Fungicide Applications (pdf)
Principal Crops: Corn, Soybean, Wheat
THANK YOU to the Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board and to Wisconsin soybean growers for continued support of soybean research through your check-off dollars.