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Rust detected in Ark. soybeans, but won’t affect current crop


Soybean rust was confirmed earlier this week in three Arkansas counties: Ashley, Chicot and Drew.

So, you’ve got white mold in soybeans…


There seems to be more white mold being reported in soybeans this year than in the last few years, and this is no surprise given our moist or humid conditions. Learn more about how to manage white mold in this year’s crop and in the future.

Soybean sudden death syndrome update


There have been numerous reports across Kentucky of soybean sudden death syndrome (SDS) showing up in certain fields since August. SDS, which can be a devastating disease, is caused by the soil fungus Fusarium virguliforme (Fv).

SDS and other late season soybean diseases (09/15/14)

North Dakota soybean chlorosis scores available online  (09/08/14)

Sudden death syndrome in soybeans (09/08/14)

Soybean diseases taking off in Iowa (09/03/14)

Terminating pest applications on soybeans in Georgia (08/26/14)

Indiana soybeans: SDS and brown stem rot (08/25/14)

Be on the lookout for brown stem rot in soybean (08/15/14)

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Market Commentary

Midday Report 10/24

The soy complex is now leading the other crops lower. Thursday soy surge was very impressive, especially in the way the nearby November bean contract leapt above its 40-day moving average. However, the advance was also affected by option expiration, which may have exaggerated the rise. News of improved rainfall prospects for Brazilian bean areas may also be undercutting bulls. November soybean futures tumbled 8.0 cents to $9.8525/bushel around midsession Friday, while December soyoil slid 0.25 cents to 32.42 cents/pound, and December soymeal slumped $3.6 to $348.8/ton.
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