Northwest and Allee Research and Demonstration Farms

Soybean Fungicide Phytotoxicity Study, Northwest Research Farm

Author: Paul C. Kassel (Iowa State University)

  • Soybean Fungicide Phytotoxicity Study, Northwest Research Farm

    Northwest and Allee Research and Demonstration Farms

    Soybean Fungicide Phytotoxicity Study, Northwest Research Farm

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Abstract

This study was done to evaluate the potential leaf burn (phytotoxicity) of two fungicides on 32 commonly grown soybean varieties. These 32 varieties represented diverse genetic backgrounds and ranged in maturity from late maturity group (MG) 0 to late MG II. Most of the varieties were in the late MG I to early MG II maturity range and would be commonly grown in northern Iowa.

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Kassel, P. C., (2006) “Soybean Fungicide Phytotoxicity Study, Northwest Research Farm”, Iowa State University Research and Demonstration Farms Progress Reports 2005(1).

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01 Jan 2006
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