Management of Phytophthora sojae


By Anne E. Dorrance, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
and Extension Specialist,
Department of Plant Pathology,
Ohio State University
Wooster, Ohio
(330) 202-3560
dorrance.1@osu.edu

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Summary:

Phytophthora sojae is re-emerging as a key soybean pathogen in much of the US. This presentation will discuss why this is happening, explain how the different types of resistance work, and other disease management strategies that can be implemented to reduce yield losses. Producers and consultants can use this information first to learn the symptoms of this disease and then how to choose the right resistance package for those fields with Phytophthora sojae pressure.


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