2014 Root-knot Nematode Soybean OVT Gall Ratings and Yield

2014 Root-knot Nematode Soybean OVT Gall Ratings and Yield

🕔10:38, 30.Jan 2016

The entries contained in the MSU soybean OVT were screened for their sensitivity to the root-knot nematode during 2014 (and again in 2015 – data forthcoming). Contained within this blog post are the root galling responses of 142 entries as well as the yield from the RKN infested location.

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Update: Disease Ratings for 2015 MSU-ES Soybean Variety Demo Program

🕔20:51, 4.Dec 2015

The results of the 2015 MSU-ES Soybean Variety Demonstration Program have been updated to include disease ratings for Cercospora blight, frogeye leaf spot, Septoria brown spot, and Target spot. These evaluations were collected at many locations in 2015 by Dr.

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Tri-State Soybean Forum – January 8, 2016

🕔20:11, 4.Dec 2015

The 60th Annual Tri-State Soybean Forum will be held at Mississippi State University’s Delta Research and Extension Center on January 8, 2016. Registration will begin at 8 a.m. followed by the program at 8:30. Presentations will include pertinent information for

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2015 North MS Maturity Group IV and V Variety Trial Report

2015 North MS Maturity Group IV and V Variety Trial Report

🕔09:51, 25.Nov 2015

A Maturity Group IV and V variety trial was conducted in Verona, MS at the NMREC during the 2015 season. Yield and disease data are included in the attached report for all entries contained in the trial (RoundUp, Conventional and LibertyLink).

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2015 North MS Maturity Group III Variety Trial Report

2015 North MS Maturity Group III Variety Trial Report

🕔08:48, 25.Nov 2015

A Maturity Group III variety trial was conducted in Verona, MS at the NMREC during the 2015 season. Yield and disease data are included in the attached report.

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2015 Row Crop Short Course: Pre-Registration Deadline – November 24

🕔07:50, 21.Nov 2015

The 2015 Row Crop Short Course will be held at the Cotton Mill Conference Center near the campus of Mississippi State University on November 30, December 1, and December 2 2015.  Please note that this is a new venue as

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2015 Soybean OVT Foliar Disease Ratings: Maturity Group V

2015 Soybean OVT Foliar Disease Ratings: Maturity Group V

🕔16:30, 20.Nov 2015

Field evaluations of the Maturity Group IV entries in the MSU OVT were conducted at each of the locations where trials were planted (Brooksville, Clarksdale (n=2), Falkner, Longwood, Raymond, and Stoneville (n=3)).  Entries were observed for their reaction to the diseases

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2015 Soybean OVT Foliar Disease Ratings: Maturity Group IV

2015 Soybean OVT Foliar Disease Ratings: Maturity Group IV

🕔18:56, 18.Nov 2015

The MSU OVT soybean locations were rated for disease during the 2015 season. Multiple diseases were rated at multiple locations. In the past, Cerospora leaf blight and frogeye leaf spot have been the two main diseases rated. In 2015, Septoria brown spot as well as target spot were included as well as a green stem rating. Phytotoxicity, following an accidental fungicide application, was rated in the Maturity Group IV early and late entries at one location.

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2015 Soybean OVT Stem Canker Ratings

2015 Soybean OVT Stem Canker Ratings

🕔06:06, 14.Nov 2015

The cultivars contained in the Mississippi State University Official Variety Trial (OVT), as well as a few added cultivars, were field-evaluated for their susceptibility/resistance to stem canker. Trials were conducted in Stoneville with toothpick-inoculated plants during the 2015 season. Tables contain the average ratings (on a 0-9 scale) as well as an assessment of resistance to stem canker (R, MR, MS, S) based on the ratings conducted.

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2015 Wheat OVT Disease Rating Data

2015 Wheat OVT Disease Rating Data

🕔11:26, 31.Oct 2015

Wheat disease ratings from several of the 2015 MSU OVT locations are included. Diseases differed by location during the 2015 season. However, Fusarium head blight (FHB) was one of the most commonly observed diseases. Keep in mind that environment may have differed by location therefore some varieties may have appeared to have responded to FHB infection differently.

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