White Mold in Soybeans

BY shawn conley spconley@wisc.edu | January 12, 2016 - 
Published on Aug 29, 2013

Dr. Damon smith talks about white mold of soybean. For every 10% increase in incidence of white mold, there can be up to a 5 bushel per acre loss in yield. This makes white mold an important disease of soybean in the North Central soybean growing region. The discussion here includes how to identify white mold, details of the disease cycle, and how to manage the disease.

For more information about white mold visit the Soybean Plant Health Topics webpage at http://fyi.uwex.edu/fieldcroppatholog… and scroll down to the “White Mold” section.

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shawn conley spconley@wisc.edu