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  • This agronomic photo shows growers assessing wet conditions in Southern Illinois soybean fields.

    Saturated Soils Pose High Soybean Disease Risk

    Growers assessing wet conditions in Southern Illinois soybean fields. It’s wet. Across the Midwest and South, soggy soybean fields are slowing growers down at an ideal time for planting. With this wet weather not only comes delays in everyday operations, but it also leads to more long-term concerns: Am I going to experience runoff? Are my soybeans going to emerge healthy? Are my soybeans going to emerge at all? Am I ever going to get…

This agronomic photo shows a soybean looper.
This agronomic image shows a flooded field.
An agronomic image showing the effects of sudden death syndrome on soybean plants.
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An agronomic picture of soybean insects and diseases.
An agronomic image showing a lesion nematode.