Daren Mueller, Department of Plant Pathology
“Soybean Diseases,” the popular Iowa State University (ISU) Extension and the Iowa Soybean Association (ISA) publication, is now available as an e-book. The publication, released in print version in December 2010, was written by Daren Mueller, ISU Extension specialist with the Corn and Soybean Initiative, and his ISU Extension colleagues Alison Robertson, plant pathologist; Greg Tylka, nematologist; and Adam Sisson, ISU Corn and Soybean Initiative specialist. Funding was provided by the Iowa soybean checkoff and ISU Extension.
The “Soybean Diseases” e-book features full-screen, high-resolution images of 25 diseases that infect soybeans grown in Iowa. The e-book version of ‘Soybean Diseases’ is an interactive publication, complete with animated turning pages. An image enlargement is generated when the reader clicks on an illustration or photograph in the e-book. This capability makes it easier for those with only web access to use and benefit from the detailed photographs and information in the publication.
The ‘Soybean Diseases’ e-book not only enables readers to identify disease-related problems of soybeans, it also provides management options. It includes videos of how to sample and manage two of Iowa’s most troublesome pathogens, soybean cyst nematode and sudden death syndrome.
Printed copies can be ordered from the ISU Extension Online Store or by calling the store at 515-294-5247, or contacting the Iowa Soybean Association at 800- 383-1423. The e-book version is also available from the extension online store; search for “soybean diseases” to order or access the publication.
Daren Mueller is an extension specialist with responsibilities in the Corn and Soybean Initiative and ISU's IPM program. Mueller can be reached at (515) 460-8000 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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