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Home  >  Pest Management  >   Organic Control of White Mold on Soybeans (Summary)

Organic Control of White Mold on Soybeans



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By George Kuepper

Published 2001

Updated 2001

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Introduction

White mold has become a serious pest in commercial soybean production—especially where intensive production techniques are used. This publication discusses the various non-chemical options for addressing the problem, including varietal selection, canopy management, delayed planting, crop rotation, tillage reduction, and biofungicides.

Table of Contents

How White Mold Became a Problem
Varietal Selection
Canopy Management
Fertility and Planting Date
Crop Rotation
Reduced Tillage
Weed Control
Alternative Fungicides
Summary
References
Additional Resources

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