According to the latest NDSU Extension Crop and Pest Report, Ascochyta blight has been found at up to 50 percent incidence in chickpea fields in Williams and Burke Counties. If detected, foliar fungicides should be applied in a timely matter, as the disease can progress quickly. In cool and wet conditions, NDSU says fungicide applications should continue every 10 to 14 days during bloom and early pod fill.
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