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Seed Quality Issues a Concern in 2019 Soybeans

Damp weather conditions can lead to damaged soybean seeds.
In 2018, many areas in the Midwest suffered from persistent late season rains which delayed harvest by several weeks. Unfortunately, these wet conditions also favored infection of soybean seed by fungal diseases. Learn to identify a commonly observed organism associated with seed issues — Phomopsis seed decay (PSD), a common, residue-borne fungal pathogen.
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New Herbicide Offers No-Till Grass Control With Residual Broadleaf Control

A broad spectrum herbicide that effectively controls grasses such as foxtails, johnsongrass and shattercane in no-tilled corn was introduced just in time for the 2003 growing season by Bayer CropScience. Featuring recent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approval, the herbicide will control broadleaf weeds such as cocklebur, lambsquarters, morningglory, ragweed, sunflower and velvetleaf.
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