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Management of Frogeye Leaf Spot
and Fungicide Resistance

USB Outreach Webcast

July 2014

By Heather M. Kelly, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
University of Tennessee
Phone: 731-425-4713

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Summary: This presentation will help consultants, growers, and other practitioners better understand management strategies for frogeye leaf spot in light of QoI fungicide resistance that has developed in the pathogen population. This presentation discusses the current distribution of QoI fungicide resistant Cercospora sojina (the fungal agent of frogeye leaf spot disease in soybean); results from trials conducted on QoI fungicide resistant isolates in the lab and field, and management strategies for frogeye leaf spot and fungicide resistance in soybean.

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