SDS doesn’t necessarily indicate fungicide failure
You may begin to notice sudden death syndrome (SDS) appearing in some soybean fields. Keep in mind, this does not mean that a foliar fungicide application program was not successful.
Rainfall patterns this season provided the perfect environment for SDS, which is a soil-borne fungi that infects soybean plants early in the season when fields are saturated.
SDS is identified by examining soybean leaves for signs of interveinal...
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