- Arlington: 0.01 inches
- Chilton: 0.11 inches
- Janesville: 0.01 inches
- Lancaster: 0 inches
Winter wheat is past flowering for the state - the risk window for Fusarium head blight. To determine if FHB was a problem in your field, assess fields during the soft dough growth stage. We are currently taking field notes and will update you shortly on the preliminary results.
Soybean diseases to date have been low, primarily bacterial blight and brown spot. Remember though, this is an excellent time to scout for early season stress that may be caused by soilborne pathogens. Also, take advantage of the free SCN testing program, sponsored by the Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board. For further information, please contact Colleen Smith at email@example.com or 608-262-7702.