Soybean affected by sudden death syndrome

Soybean affected by sudden death syndrome

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Caption: Soybean leaf (Glycine max) affected by sudden death syndrome. Sudden death syndrome or SDS is caused by the soil-borne fungus Fusarium solani. It is widespread throughout north-central USA. The fungus can survive the winter in the soil so that the prevalence of SDS may be cumulative and very damaging over several years. Photographed in Illinois, USA.

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