Spot and Control Downy Mildew in Soybeans

Warm, wet weather sets the stage for concerns with downy mildew in soybeans. The disease is found in the Midwest and mid-South and can limit soybean yield, especially if onset occurs during reproductive stages of the soybean plant.

Mike Meyer, a field development representative and plant pathologist with DuPont Crop Protection, describes how to identify downy mildew in soybeans and offers fungicide application tips, including rates and timing for Aproach® Prima fungicide application.

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