The Iowa State University Crop Adviser Institute (CAI) recently completed a new interactive course module on CD-ROM, entitled Sudden Death Syndrome of Soybean, authored by Iowa State University Extension plant pathologist X.B. Yang, and Brent Brueland, ISU Agronomy Department. This module describes the soybean fungus Fusarium solani f.sp. glycines and provides details on the sudden death syndrome (SDS) disease's
- life cycle;
- potential for damage;
- current geographical distribution; and
- SDS management.
The CD contains many high-quality photographs, graphics of latest research results, and interactive segments designed to enhance the learning experience.
Iowa State University
Brueland, Brent and Yang, X. B., "SDS information available on CD-ROM from ISU Crop Adviser Institute" (2003). Integrated Crop Management News. 1632.
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