Seed Treatment and White Mold in Soybeans

White mold is a common fungal pathogen found in soybeans that is caused by the sclerotinia sclerotiorum. The spores infect plants mainly through colonized blossoms, can prevent successful pod development and greatly depress yield. Importantly, the pathogen can be scattered back into the soil during harvest and survive over winter (and in certain cases for…

My Yield Farmers discussing Box to Box Seed Treaters and Seed Treatments

The Value of Accountability

As farmers ourselves, we appreciate accountability.

We know farmers have a lot going on, especially during planting season. When there’s an issue, you don’t have time to call your seed treater manufacturer, your seed treatment provider and your dealer. And you certainly don’t have time to entertain the finger pointing that goes on between them all.