Disease Management Strategies

Jun 2024

Pathogens that cause soybean disease lurk in the soil, crop residue and in the air, ready to attack the crop when conditions allow. Effective management starts with accurate disease identification, and strategies to mitigate risk of yield and quality loss include cultural practices, genetics, fungicides and more. The soy checkoff provides a range of tools, resources and research to help farmers successfully manage disease pressure in their soybean fields.

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What practices help address disease pressure?

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.

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