Late-season Soybean Disease Clinic: Baldwyn, MS, September 15, 2015

Tom Allen, Extension Plant Pathologist
By Tom Allen, Extension Plant Pathologist September 14, 2015 06:31

Late-season Soybean Disease Clinic: Baldwyn, MS, September 15, 2015

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Soybean rust symptoms as observed on the upper leaf surface.  Keep in mind the best diagnostic feature is on the underside of the leaf.

Soybean rust symptoms as observed on the upper leaf surface. Keep in mind the best diagnostic feature is on the underside of the leaf.

A field training regarding late-season soybean diseases will be held in Monroe County, MS on Tuesday, September 15 beginning at 5:30 pm and ending with a meal at a local restaurant.  The diseases discussed will likely include: charcoal root rot, stem canker, taproot decline, soybean rust, frogeye leaf spot, nematode associated diseases and soil sampling procedures (root-knot, soybean cyst), and fungicide-associated phytotoxixity.  Directions to the field are included in the attached pdf file (Baldwyn_disease_clinic).

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Tom Allen, Extension Plant Pathologist
By Tom Allen, Extension Plant Pathologist September 14, 2015 06:31
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