In the last issue of the ICM Newsletter, we reported that charcoal rot, a drought-related soybean disease, was prevalent in Iowa late this summer, causing premature death of soybeans. We briefly discussed identification and scouting methods. In this article, we address management issues and provide more information on identifying this disease in fall.
Iowa State University
Yang, X. B. and Navi, Shrishail S., "Charcoal rot -- a dry weather disease" (2003). Integrated Crop Management News. 1619.
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