Soybean stand establishment can sometimes be an easy thing, and yet there are always instances where it may take a heroic effort. Spring of 2019 could be looking for some heroes.
Last fall’s wet harvest conditions exposed the soybean seed crop to two key diseases. Phomopsis seed decay (diaporthe longicolla) attacks soybean seeds that are shriveled or have a cracked seed coat, often appearing as a chalky white covering on the seed.
Soybean growers who want to protect their crop from some of the biggest yield robbing culprits, Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS) and SCN have some outstanding protection options available according to A
Seed treatments on soybeans, especially those containing a fungicide, may be of critical importance to stand establishment this year.
Using AgVenture’s Security™ Seed Treatments improves your crops’ ability to withstand early season environmental stresses.