Evidence of insect feeding, stunted pods or damage and discoloration to leaves and stems are all problems that can present themselves during the reproductive stages in soybeans. Pests, such as beetles or mites, may be the cause, but sometimes issues come from a virus or fungus. Below are several common problems and symptoms that appear during the reproductive stages, along with possible causes, to help diagnose and treat your crop.

Repo_PodsShowEvidenceofInsectFeeding

Repo_PodsAreStuntedShriveledorDiscolored

Repo_PhysicalDamagetoLeavesAndOrStems

Repo_LeavesstemsDiscoloredStuntedAbnormal

Repo_LeavesShowingSpotsorNecroticAreas

Repo_GreenPastMaturity

Repo_NoEvidenceofDiseaseorNematodes

Repo_WiltedorDeadShowingEvidenceofDiseaseorNematodes