Disease Management News
Charcoal rot of soybeans is one of the few Indiana field crop diseases thriving in the extreme heat... Read more.
Few diseases thrive under the hot, dry weather that Indiana is experiencing this year. However, there... Read more.
Across the state we have just about every condition possible in soybean this year. With the cooler... Read more.
Weather that includes sufficient moisture for good crop growth is usually thought of as a crop that... Read more.
Soybean producers in the U.S. now will have access to a state-of-the-art fungicide seed treatment... Read more.
Across Iowa many farmers and agronomists are starting to ask if or when to apply fungicide on corn... Read more.
There are always some fields of soybeans about this time of year that are turning yellow. There are... Read more.
With soybean planting almost complete in South Dakota, Connie Strunk, SDSU Extension plant pathology field... Read more.
In March, it was predicted that bean leaf beetles would have low overwintering mortality based on... Read more.
Soybean seed and seedlings are vulnerable to a number of soil borne pathogens in the early spring.... Read more.
BASF announced the full U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) registration of Priaxor fungicide and Merivon... Read more.
During the 2011 growing season, Extension soybean pathologists from the north central states conducted a... Read more.
- Unmanned aerial vehicles advance agriculture
- Divergent livestock futures highlighted Wednesday's market action
- Update on corn and soybean acreage
- China's cotton growing area, yield expected to decline in 2014
- Farm auction in McLean County, Ill., drew 40 bidders
- Pesticide Safety Education program reaches a 50-year milestone
- U.S. GMO labeling foes triple spending in first half of this year
- Activists fighting Golden Rice even more in 2014
- Source shows half of GMO research is independent
- White House issues veto threat on bill to block WOTUS rule
- Stoller soybean research produces 214 bushels per acre
- Ag markets turned generally mixed Monday morning