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Diseases in no-tilled corn, soybeans and wheat are often unpredictable, which leads to a growing environment for plants that is constantly in flux. Resistant diseases such as strobilurin-resistant frogeye leaf spot are spreading each year. Target spot is emerging as a new, important driver disease in Southern soybeans, and Southern rust is moving further north each year, says Carl Bradley.
The plant pathologist at the University of Kentucky will discuss how no-tillers can stay ahead of new disease pressure and further development of resistant diseases; how disease management can fit into the overall program for no-tilling row crops; and how new research and technology can help growers get the upper hand in disease management.
The 2019 National No-Tillage Conference Video Replay is brought to you by Totally Tubular Manufacturing.