From planting through harvest, diseases can attack soybeans, stealing yield and quality. Effective management starts with accurate identification of diseases and the conditions that allow them. Treatment options include cultural practices, genetics, fungicides and more. A variety of tools, resources and research results funded by the soy checkoff help farmers successfully manage disease pressure to protect soybean yield and quality.
Many different diseases impact soybean yield and quality. Cultural practices, genetics, biotechnology and chemical controls all can help manage disease pressure. Farmers, researchers and others explain ways they deal with soybean diseases. Join the conversation on Twitter, Facebook or YouTube.