Disease Management News
While many soybean fields are drying normally and harvest is underway, University of Illinois crop... Read more.
Between the unusually warm winter and the arid summer, 2012 has shown that Mother Nature is unpredictable.... Read more.
Alternaria leaf spot has been found in soybeans in Red Willow County in southwest Nebraska. Symptoms... Read more.
Many growers across the country would gladly welcome a good rain when considering this year’s... Read more.
Change is always the name of the game when it comes to diseases that affect our field crops. Efforts... Read more.
With soybeans now in the mid- to late pod-filling stages, some stem and root rots are showing up.... Read more.
Based on visits to some fields and samples sent in to the lab here in Wooster, Ohio, there are some... Read more.
Applying fungicides to soybeans free of foliar disease problems isn't likely to help alleviate drought... Read more.
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.
- Ag markets diverged Tuesday morning
- Breakthrough in the understanding of plant growth, development
- Monsanto sells Desert Durum Wheat Research Program
- Midco Global, Inc. and DuBois Engineering sign joint venture
- Fargo selected for National Agricultural Genotyping Center
- Pinnacle Agriculture Holdings acquires Kerman Ag Resources