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Early Season Soybean Concerns – Part 2

Early Season Soybean Concerns – Part 2

Damping off is the rotting and death of seeds and seedlings and the symptoms can show in soybean plants prior to or just after emergence. Pathogens that can cause damping off, such as Pythium, Fusarium, Phytophthora, and Rhizoctonia are generally favored by wet soils following planting and for most of the country we certainly have had just that this year.

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