Stem canker on soybean leaf (Glycine max)

Stem canker on soybean leaf (Glycine max)

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Caption: Stem canker on soybean leaf (Glycine max). Soybean stem canker is caused by the fungus Diaporthe phaseolorum. This disease has been very damaging to the crop throughout Mississippi. It is spread by travelling from crop to crop in wind-blown rain. Photographed in Mississippi, USA.

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