The unusual weather this year has resulted in a diversity of soybean diseases. Both insect-vectored viral and fungal diseases are prevalent in Iowa, similar to diseases typical of southern soybean production states. This article discusses the diseases that you are likely to find during summer disease scouting (see table on page 148).
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