Reports are trickling in about green stem syndrome (GSS) in Iowa soybean, which is like rubbing salt in the 2013 soybean crop wound. Before we get into details of the disorder, we wanted to let you know that the IPM program is doing an analysis to determine the most common causes of GSS. This article discusses the confusion about what actually causes this disorder. If you have a field with any level of GSS, we would really like to include it in our analysis.
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Mueller, Daren S. and McGrath, Clarke, "Be on the Lookout for Green Stem Syndrome in Soybeans" (2013). Integrated Crop Management News. 24.
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