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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Evaluating Sudden Death Syndrome Resistance in Commercial Varieties

Can planting soybean varieties with resistance to Sudden Death Syndrome help manage SDS symptoms? Also, which commercial varieties have the strongest resistance to SDS? Iowa State University measured the level of SDS resistance in Commercial Varieties and shared their results. » more

Monday, August 22, 2016

Don’t Let Sudden Death Syndrome Fool You

Has Sudden Death Syndrome fooled you? Because the symptoms of sudden death syndrome (SDS) appear similar to many other soybean diseases, SDS can be easily overlooked. Planting resistant varieties, keeping an eye on the weather, and scouting your fields are just a few of many management practices that the University of Wisconsin Extension recommends to keep SDS from fooling you.

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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Soybean Seedlings: Discoloration in Soybeans is not Disease

Don’t fear the ILeVO halo….effect. ILeVO is the market solution to manage sudden death syndrome. This seed treatment can result in discoloration that resembles disease or herbicide injury. Researchers at Purdue measured the long-term impact on soybeans. » more

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Finding Sudden Death Syndrome Resistant Traits

Which soybean traits proved to be more resistant to sudden death syndrome in soybeans? A group of researchers from Iowa State University have evaluated soybean maturity, lodging, plant height, yield and environment to measure their relationship of resistance to sudden death syndrome. » more

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Wanted for Yield Robbery: Sudden Death Syndrome

Don’t let Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS) rob your soybean yields – there are some management practices to help keep it in check. Together, the United Soybean Board and Iowa State University share how to tell if your field has SDS, which conditions are favorable for the disease, and management tips that can help keep SDS at bay. » more

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