We continue to receive e-mails and phone calls regarding the use of foliar fungicides on corn and soybean. Grain prices are down, fungicide prices are up, and this growing season, economics is likely playing a bigger role in the decision to apply a fungicide to either corn or soybean. We would like to bring up a couple more considerations for the decision making process, and also reiterate a couple of points made in previous articles.
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Mueller, Daren S. and Robertson, Alison E., "Further Considerations for Foliar Fungicides on Corn and Soybean" (2009). Integrated Crop Management News. 598.
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