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Soybean Field Guide Revised and Updated

Daren Mueller, Department of Plant Pathology

Iowa State University and the Iowa Soybean Association recently released a collaborative publication, the Soybean Field Guide, CSI 0010,  which is a revision and update of the popular Soybean Disease and Pest Management Field Guide.

The pocket-sized guide is a durable and weather-resistant publication and has been expanded from 52 to 68 pages. It now features five sections on production, integrated pest management (IPM), diseases, insects and disorders. It includes several additional insects that impact soybean production, as well as disorders like hail damage and nutrient problems.

Soybean diseases and insects are the farmers’ number one concern in profitable soybean production. This field guide has been designed to enable farmers’ easy identification of problem yield robbers, as well as providing valuable production information. Funding for printing and distribution of the guide was provided by the Iowa soybean checkoff and ISU Extension.

Printed copies of the Soybean Field Guide can be ordered from the ISU Extension Online Store at or by calling 515-294-5247; or by contacting the Iowa Soybean Association at 800-383-1423. The guide can also be viewed online at www.iasoybeans.com/productionresearch/.


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 dsmuelle@iastate.edu.

 


This article was published originally on 5/24/2011 The information contained within the article may or may not be up to date depending on when you are accessing the information.


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