Table 1. Summary of seed and seedling disease symptoms*.
*Adapted from: University of Wisconsin Field Crops Plant Pathology - Plant Health Initiative.
Reddish-brown lesion on soybean hypocotyl near the soil line is characteristic of Rhizoctonia infection.
Stand loss due to Rhizoctonia infection. Microenvironments favorable for disease development may lead to losses in patches or in sections of rows.
Dead plant due to Fusarium infection, with healthy plants in background. Less severe infections may degrade roots without resulting in plant death.
Stand loss due to Fusarium infection. Note the patchy nature of infection occurring in a specific area of the field.
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