An uptick in Sudden Death Syndrome noted

An uptick in Sudden Death Syndrome noted

A seed treatment technical representative with BASF says Sudden Death Syndrome has surprised soybean growers later in the season.

“In the years where it’s really significant, farmers can lose 20 bushels/acre because there’s SDS in the field,” says Nick Tinsley.

He says SDS is a root pathogen and can be addressed with a seed treatment earlier in the season.

Hear more in this interview from the Farm Progress Show.

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