Sudden Death Syndrome Affects Soybean Crops in 2010


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Sudden death syndrome continues to make its way north, having a greater effect on crops in 2010 that were planted into cooler, wet soils early this spring. From symptoms to management, Iowa State University Plant Pathologists Alison Robertson and Leonor Leandro discuss the 2010 outbreak of sudden death syndrome in soybeans.

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