Soybean seedling emergence and yield in the presence of Fusarium virguliforme

@inproceedings{Pacha2010SoybeanSE,
  title={Soybean seedling emergence and yield in the presence of Fusarium virguliforme},
  author={Brent James Pacha},
  year={2010}
}
Early planting of soybean [Glycine max (L) Merr.] is critical to maximize yield in Iowa. Cold soil temperatures that occur with early planting result in prolonged germination and emergence, promoting infection by soilborne pathogens. Fusarium virguliforme is a soilborne pathogen associated with cool and wet soil conditions at planting and is the cause of soybean disease sudden death syndrome (SDS). Our objective was to determine the effect of planting depth and planting date on SDS disease… CONTINUE READING

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