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White mold: The case of the bleached beans

White mold is a fungus, also known as Sclerotinia stem rot, which survives in the soil as hard, black structures called sclerotia. White mold has a wide host range, including soybeans...Read More

Variety selection: What’s best for your fields?

One of the single most important decisions you can make as a soybean grower is selecting the best variety for your field. Historically, growers have...Read More

Sudden death syndrome management

Among the most destructive soybean diseases, sudden death syndrome (SDS) has the potential to significantly reduce your yields. The actual impact will vary significantly per field...Read More

Stem canker: The ultimate yield reducer

Stem canker, widely recognized as a major threat against soybeans, is caused by two fungi: Diaporthe phaseolorum var. caulivora and Diaporthe phaseolorum var. meridionalis...Read More

Soybean cyst nematode: Small but destructive

In the U.S. alone, $1.5 billion in annual soybean yield loss is attributed to the soybean cyst nematode (SCN). Attacking the roots of soybean plants, this plant-parasitic roundworm...Read More

Root knot nematode: Look for swollen roots

Most commonly found in warm, moist, sandy soils of the southern United States, the root knot nematode is considered one of the mosteconomically damaging plant-parasitic nematodes. In addition, the root knot nematode can...Read More

Grape colaspis: Wreaking havoc on roots

Dry soil early in the season makes for ideal conditions for grape colaspis, increasing the likelihood of soybean damage. According to the University of Illinois Extension, the larvae larvae feed on the root hairs, secondary roots...Read More

Plant your bets: Are double crop soybeans worth the gamble?

Have you considered planting soybeans after wheat to take advantage of higher commodity prices? If your wheat is expected to harvest ahead of schedule, consider this: when soybean commodity prices reach higher prices per...Read More

Damage from the inside out: Brown stem rot

Brown stem rot, a soilborne fungus caused by Phialophora gregata, infects soybeans in the early growth stages. Unfortunately, symptoms do not appear until late in the season.... Read More

Phytophthora root rot: A season-long threat

Phytophthora root rot is a fungal disease that can occur in soybeans at any growth stage, from seedling to maturity. When early-season Phytophthora root rot occurs, it causes damping-off...Read More

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