Identification and Management
of Charcoal Rot of Soybeans


By Doug Jardine, Ph.D.
Extension Specialist
Plant Pathology Department
Kansas State University
4024 Throckmorton Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506-5504
785-532-1386
jardine@ksu.edu


 

Summary:

This presentation deals with charcoal rot of soybeans. Charcoal rot is the third most serious disease of soybeans in the United States. Emphasis in the presentation is on both symptom diagnosis and practical cultural management practices.


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