Watch for late-season soybean diseases
ST. PAUL -- Although the weather this summer has been good for soybean growth in much of Minnesota, the same weather has favored development of soybean diseases.
Several root and stem diseases that have potential to significantly damage yields have been appearing. Sudden death syndrome and Phytophthora root and stem rot have been particularly common, but white mold is also a concern.
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