Disease Management News
Over the last five days, some areas in South Dakota, Iowa and other states have received more than... Read more.
A mild winter has allowed Asian soybean rust to survive throughout the winter and to be more advanced... Read more.
During the 2012 soybean growing season, samples from eight fields in five counties in South Dakota... Read more.
A new publication designed to help farmers make fungicide-related decisions is now available through Purdue... Read more.
What a difference a season can make! Last year at this time it was unseasonably hot and the drought... Read more.
During the 2012 growing season, SDSU Extension staff researched the effectiveness of fungicide seed treatments,... Read more.
With funding from check-off dollars from the Iowa Soybean Association, we have evaluated the effect... Read more.
Fungicide seed treatments protect seedlings from both seed-borne pathogens as well as soil-borne pathogens, explains... Read more.
Charcoal rot is primarily known as a disease that affects southern states because it thrives in hot,... Read more.
Phytophthora root and stem rot (PRSR) is a common disease of soybeans that can ultimately cause death... Read more.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) granted registration approval to Syngenta for its bio-control nematicide... Read more.
To date (3/29/2013), 10 sentinel plots have been planted with a MG IV, V, and VII soybean variety... Read more.
- Ag markets moved mostly higher Tuesday morning
- Certain ecosystems prove resistant to climate change
- One oft forgotten important fall chore: Sampling for SCN
- Timing of cheatgrass herbicides on wheat
- Cellerate receives EPA certification for cellulosic biofuels RINs
- Partnership to develop nitrogen enhancement technology
- How much corn can the ethanol industry use?
- USDA releases 2012 cash rents data report
- Commentary: Government wants farmers to quit farming
- Economist: Taxing P could reduce risk of algal blooms
- White House issues veto threat on bill to block WOTUS rule
- Resistant weeds not controlled by fall residuals