During the 2011 growing season, extension soybean pathologists from the north central states conducted a seedling disease survey to identify oomycete pathogens that cause damping-off in soybean. The survey is part of a larger project that is being funded by USDA NIFA.
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Robertson, Alison E., "Nineteen Species of Pythium Associated with Damped-off Soybean Seedlings in Iowa" (2012). Integrated Crop Management News. 186.
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