Wet year brings disease challenges, more research

A plant pathologist says the unusually wet spring has brought some crop disease challenges.  Dr. Damon Smith from the University of Wisconsin tells Brownfield one disease has affected many fields. “Pythium has been showing up. Pythium is one of these organisms that we call a water mold, so in years where we get lots of […]

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