Digging Into SDS
Emily Unglesbee DTN Staff Reporter
Fri Dec 26, 2014 07:48 AM CST

AMES, Iowa (DTN) -- Iowa State plant pathologist Daren Mueller had a tough task: Keep freshly fed folks awake in the soft seats of a dimly lit auditorium well into the afternoon napping hour.

Fortunately for Mueller, the topic of conversation was Sudden Death Syndrome in soybeans -- a fresh wound for the Iowa farmers and crop advisers in attendance at Iowa State's Integrated Crop Management Conference on December 4.

His audience stayed wide awake as Mueller laid out the most recent research insights from a series of studies into the damaging soybean disease, funded by the North Central Soybean ...

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