Preventing soybean sudden death syndrome

Preventing soybean sudden death syndrome

New chemical fluopyram offers one option against SDS fungus.

A TEAM of researchers from several U.S. universities and Canada is studying soybean sudden death syndrome (SDS) to help farmers better protect their crops from the recurring disease.

Most Indiana soybean fields had some level of the disease last year, the most severe since 2010, noted Kiersten Wise, associate profess

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