University of Minnesota Extension Educator Angie Peltier says the soybean crop has made it out of iron chlorosis relatively okay. “When our soybean plants looked yellow like that, they were losing yield potential.” Peltier says the soybean aphid population is surprisingly low, but there’s still time for the population to grow. “I haven’t found any soybean aphids just yet, but there’s still time for them to move into fields, so I would recommend farmers keep an eye on for them.”
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