White Mold Risk Maps for July 11, 2017

BY David Schiff | July 13, 2017 - 

White Mold is still an issue for Wisconsin growers.

You can read Dr. Damon Smith’s updates on White Mold risk here.

The major change since last week is to irrigated beans in 15″ rows.

According to Dr. Smith, “The greatest change in risk across the state is in soybeans under irrigation. A significant increase in areas of high risk is predicted in irrigated soybeans planted to 15-inch rows. Many soybeans planted in this environment are highly likely to see white mold later in the season, if rows are currently closed and soybeans are blooming.

Keep your eyes open.

July 11. Irrigated 30″ rows risk map
July 11. Non-irrigated risk map
July 11. Irrigated 15″ rows risk map


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