Sudden death syndrome (SDS) is now among the top four yield robbing diseases in soybeans. From 1999 to 2004, average losses in the U.S. were estimated at $190 million a year, and the disease is spreading and intensifying. SDS has been widespread and severe in Iowa this growing season, generating many questions of researchers. The most frequently asked questions are included in the following series of questions and answers.
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Robertson, Alison E. and Leandro, Leonor F.S., "Answers to Questions About Soybean Sudden Death Syndrome in Iowa 2010" (2010). Integrated Crop Management News. 373.
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