Purdue Crop Chat Episode 22, Crop Update And A Check On Disease

On this Purdue Crop Chat Podcast, Purdue Extension Soybean Specialist Shaun Casteel and Corn Specialist Dan Quinn are joined by Darcy Telenko, Purdue Field Crop Extension Plant Pathologist, to discuss diseases that are popping up around the state in both corn and soybeans.

The guys pepper Telenko with many questions like how many fungicide applications should farmers make and what timing is best for those applications.

In the podcast, Telenko references specific tools that farmers can use. Those tools are listed below:

Tarspotter App and Sporecaster App both available on Android and Apple

Telenko’s website with the maps: https://extension.purdue.edu/fieldcroppathology/

Efficacy charts for corn and soybeans:

https://cropprotectionnetwork.org/resources/publications/fungicide-efficacy-for-control-of-corn-diseases

https://cropprotectionnetwork.org/resources/publications/fungicide-efficacy-for-control-of-soybean-foliar-diseases

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