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White Mold Worries
Fri Jun 28, 2013 02:26 PM CDT

CARY, N.C. (DTN) -- White mold is a frustrating problem for farmers pushing for high soybean yields. Production practices such as narrow rows, high plant densities, early planting and high fertility boost bushels for producers like Mike Cerny, Sharon, Wis., but the same tactics promote this potentially devastating disease.

That's especially true this year in regions where rainfall has been abundant. "Growers that got soybeans planted early are at risk," Shawn Conley, University of Wisconsin soybean specialist told DTN. You can listen to his podcast regarding the issue: http://www.wisoybean.org/…

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