All posts tagged frogeye leaf spot

  • An agronomic image showing a soybean leaf infected with frogeye leaf spot.

    Strobilurin-Resistant Frogeye Leaf Spot Threatens Late-Planted Soybeans

    With heavy spring rains, many growers had no choice but to plant their soybeans late this season. The Ohio State University research shows later planted soybeans have a higher chance of being infected earlier in the season with frogeye leaf spot (FELS) and could experience yield losses of 5 bushels per acre (bu/A) if infected before the R3 growth stage. Late planted soybeans have an increased risk of damage from FELS, and especially strobilurin-resistant FELS…

This agronomic photo shows frogeye leaf spot on soybean leaves.
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