All posts tagged sudden death syndrome

  • This agronomic image shows sudden death syndrome in soybean leaves.

    Watch Out for Early Season SDS

    Don’t let yield robbers like sudden death syndrome (SDS) get the best of your soybean fields this year. One of the most destructive soybean diseases, SDS affects the majority of soybean-growing areas. What is SDS? Caused by the soil-dwelling fungus Fusarium virguliforme, SDS thrives in cool, moist conditions, putting early planted soybeans at risk. SDS is often found in fields also infested with soybean cyst nematode (SCN) because SCN feeding damages roots and creates gateways for this…

This agronomic photo shows soybeans at harvest.
An agronomic image showing the effects of sudden death syndrome on soybean plants.
An agronomic photo showing soybean plants.
Agtonomic image of sudden death syndrome
Agronomic image of sudden death syndrome