Managing White Mold in Soybeans


  • Sclerotinia stem rot, or white mold, is a disease that can infect high yield potential soybeans; it thrives under moist conditions and below average temperatures.
  • Additional factors that favor white mold include a high yield potential soybean crop with a dense canopy, susceptible soybean product, and a field history of white mold.
  • Management practices can be implemented to help reduce the risk of white mold in the future.
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