Charcoal rot is a fairly common disease in dry portions of the U.S. where soybeans are grown. Most years, it's easy to find charcoal rot in areas of Missouri and Kansas; however, the disease is typically challenging to find in geographies further to the east and north.
Categories: CropTalk, 2021
Tags: CropTalk, charcoal rot, soybean rot, charcoal soybeans
Agronomists get many calls during a typical growing season when things aren't going right in corn and soybean fi elds in the geographies that we cover. Most of the time, problems are caused by common diseases or insects. Sometimes, though, we receive calls about damage to plants that is caused by uncommon pests.
Categories: CropTalk, 2020
Tags: CropTalk, pest alert, corn blotch leafminer, corn leafminer