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    Seedling Diseases Love Lingering Cold Temperatures

    Snow-covered fields in Dows, IA. As discussed in our previous post, it’s no secret that the planting season in the Midwest is starting later than usual. Iowa State University Extension shows just how unusual this cold, wet spring is. The weather conditions have not only delayed planting, but have also created a favorable environment for seedling diseases. With soybeans being planted late this season, early-season disease control is crucial. Seedling diseases like Pythium and Phytophthora…

This agronomic image shows field conditions on April 19, 2018, in Illinois.
This agronomic image shows fusarium head blight in wheat.
This agronomic image shows stripe rust on wheat.
This agronomic image shows Palmer amaranth.
This agronomic image shows sudden death syndrome in soybean leaves.
This agronomic image shows an Asian citrus psyllid.
This agronomic image shows young corn.
This agronomic image shows bleached soybean stems infected with white mold