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  • South Dakota State University field crops pathologist Febina Mathew and Kristina Petrović, a visiting scientist from Serbia, examine soybeans for evidence of stem canker, focusing on the nodes or joints. Not only is this disease hard to distinguish from other soybean diseases, but the pathogen can be transmitted through the seeds.
    South Dakota State University field crops pathologist Febina Mathew and Kristina Petrović, a visiting scientist from Serbia, examine soybeans for evidence of stem canker, focusing on the nodes or joints. Not only is this disease hard to distinguish from other soybean diseases, but the pathogen can be transmitted through the seeds.
  • Reddish brown lesions, particularly at the joint or node, are indications of soybean stem canker.
    Reddish brown lesions, particularly at the joint or node, are indications of soybean stem canker.
  • Kristina Petrović, a visiting scientist from Serbia, examines Diaporthe pathogens isolated from soybeans that farmers, crop consultants and soybean researchers across the United States have been sent to South Dakota State University field crop pathologist Febina Mathew.
    Kristina Petrović, a visiting scientist from Serbia, examines Diaporthe pathogens isolated from soybeans that farmers, crop consultants and soybean researchers across the United States have been sent to South Dakota State University field crop pathologist Febina Mathew.
  • Under moist conditions, the Diaporthe pathogens on these soybean stems multiply.
    Under moist conditions, the Diaporthe pathogens on these soybean stems multiply.
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