Inside the Problem: Corn and Soybean Seedling Diseases that are Impacting Seedling Health

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013, 11AM CT (12PM ET)

Moderator:  Paul Schrimpf, Editor, CropLife Media Group

Speakers:    Dr. Alison Robertson, Iowa State University
                     Karen Arthur, Valent U.S.A.

Phytophthora and Pythium present serious challenges for your soybean and corn customers. During this Webinar, you’ll hear from Dr. Alison Robertson of Iowa State University on how these pathogens cause poor stand establishment and root health, resulting in dying plants and, ultimately, yield loss. Seed retailers should be sure to attend this webinar to help their customers understand the impact of these pathogens and what new solutions are becoming available.

**CCA Board Approved for 1 CEU in Pest Management**

 

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