Wisconsin White Mold Risk Maps

Jaime Willbur, Graduate Research Assistant, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Risk of apothecial presence and subsequent white mold development has remained steady since last week in non-irrigated fields (Fig. 1). Higher temperatures have offset higher moisture in these drylands situations to keep risk steady. Risk is highest for soybean fields in the west-central to northwest portions of Wisconsin. Risk is also high in a band stretching from south-central Wisconsin to northeast Wisconsin.

For additional information please review: Wisconsin White Mold Risk Maps- July 11, 2017

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