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Frogeye Leaf Spot of Soybean
July 2012



By Kiersten Wise, Ph.D.
Asst. Professor and Extension Field Crop Pathologist,
Purdue University
Phone: 765-496-2170
Email:kawise@purdue.edu

 

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Summary:

This presentation focuses on the foliar fungal pathogen Cercospora sojina, causal agent of frogeye leaf spot of soybean. Under favorable conditions, this disease can cause substantial yield loss and/or issues with seed quality in many soybean producing regions in the United States. This presentation will discuss the biology of the fungus and conditions that favor infection and disease development. Management options and current recommendations will also be presented.


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