After the dry, warm planting season, most areas in Iowa have received more rain than predicted. These conditions have lead to various disease problems. The diseased plant samples sent to the Iowa State University Plant Disease Clinic and the questions received can be divided into root diseases and foliar diseases. This article summarizes these disease problems and how they may influence the coming season.
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