ISU Scientists Identify a Seed Treatment to Curtail Soybean Sudden Death Syndrome
Thursday, November 12, 2015
By: Daren Mueller, Leonor Leandro, Lynn Laws, Ed Adcock, Iowa State University
Researchers at Iowa State University are leading a regional research project to identify farm management practices that help reduce Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS) in soybeans.
SDS is caused by a fungus that can destroy a small patch to an entire field of soybeans. Since its appearance 40 years ago, it has spread to most soybean-growing area in the United States and Ontario, Canada, and continues to move into new areas.
Link to full study via Iowa State University here: ISU Scientists Identify a Seed Treatment to Curtail Soybean Sudden Death Syndrome