Problems with diseases, many of which that have been smoldering quietly for weeks, may suddenly become evident.
The most important step in managing tar spot is scouting for it.
Corn is starting to tassel and beans are flowering so no wonder everyone is asking about fungicides. So the question is do we spray or not?
Lower yield potential of late crops complicates fungicide application decision-making.
Fungicide applications in corn take agronomic and management considerations.
So do I apply a fungicide, or not?
Corn Watch: Disease organisms were already in the soil, waiting on corn this year.
Because of crop development, it is important during July to consider protecting a cotton crop with fungicides.
Here’s what one professional says about disease potential in this unusual season.