Our objective was to determine whether Priaxor (a new fungicide) or Priaxor plus KP Plus (foliar fertilizer) will provide any yield benefit to soybeans. Previous studies have shown that there are some scenarios that seem to lead to a more consistent soybean response to fungicides. Cold wet soils, crusting, heavy rains, and compaction all lead to a seedling being more susceptible to disease. Poor crop rotation also plays a major role in the amount of disease inoculant present to infect the new crop. In Lambton County many suffered a poor rotation from winter killed wheat and a wet spring that lead to a reduction of corn acres.

Read the entire report here: Soybean Response to Priaxor Fungicide