Published November 3, 2021 | Version 1
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Risk management of downy mildew in soybean

  • 1. Donau Soja
  • 2. IFVCNS
  • 3. AGES


Downy mildew is caused by the plant pathogen Peronospora manshurica. Downy mildew is a common fungal disease of soybean, found worldwide. It is soil and seed-borne and infection may result in yield losses of 5 to up to 10% in severe cases. So far, in Central Europe the damage caused is observed to be low. This practice note provides information on the pathogen`s biology and control of the disease presenting a foundation for effective management.


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