Frogeye leaf spot is a soybean disease commonly found across the United States, especially in Midwestern states such as Illinois, Iowa and Indiana. Caused by the fungus Cercospora sojina, the infection can cause up to 35% crop loss if left untreated.
How the soybean aphid became the most serious pest threat to soybean producers and how to fight it.
Prickly sida is a broadleaf summer annual weed. The plant is native to the eastern and southern United States. It can be found in Midwest states like Illinois, Indiana and Missouri.
Tar spot is a corn disease that is caused by the fungus Phyllachora maydis. The pathogen started appearing in Midwest states over the last few years. It can currently be found in states such as Iowa, Illinois and Indiana.
The minute you apply nitrogen to your customers’ fields it’s vulnerable to loss. Nitrogen can be lost three ways: leaching, denitrification and volatilization.