Ag Tips from JJ: October 23

Brought to you by: Jonah T. Johnson, MS, CPAg, CCA - Sales Agronomist, PCT | Sunrise

October 23, 2020: Black beans, spotted beans...what’s going on in my field?

Prior to soybean harvest, growers can examine plants and learn a lot about certain soybean diseases that may have infected their fields earlier in the growing season. Soybeans showing different expressions of black lesions, poor root masses, small seed size and perhaps white, chalky, wrinkled seed can all be signs of diseases. Tune in with Jonah T. Johnson, PCT | Sunrise Sales Agronomist, on soybean diseases identification on anthracnose, diaporthe and phomopsis seed decay.