Wisconsin Soybean Disease Update – June 19

Damon L. Smith – Extension Field Crops Pathologist, University of Wisconsin

Soybean planting has finally finished up for our research program. We planted our last, late planting date trial this week. Soybeans around the state have emerged and are at the VC or early V1 stage. Several diseases have been noted already this year in soybeans.

Growers and consultants should scout soybeans for disease frequently during this cool wet weather. Hopefully the rain will subside soon. Some dry weather will help slow down the advancement of many soybean diseases.

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Septoria brown spot on a soybean seedling.

Septoria brown spot on a soybean seedling.

 

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