Farm Progress Reports




Northeast Research and Demonstration Farm


Plant Pathology


Sudden death syndrome (SDS) has been reported in 21 states, and the losses due to SDS were estimated at $3.06 billion for a period from 1988 to 2010. Sclerotinia stem rot or white mold (WM) is another major soilborne disease in commercial soybean production, particularly in intensive production regions of the United States, Argentina, and northern China. Its occurrence depends on various seasonal factors. White mold management measures are typically a preventive program, which includes application of fungicides and herbicides like Cobra. The objective of this study was to assess foliar applications of fungicides either alone or in combination with other fungicides or herbicide on SDS, WM, and grain yield.





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