Over the last several years, resistance to fungicides has become a concern in soybean production. Fungicide-resistant fungal populations generally result from the continuous use of a fungicide or fungicides with the same mode of action (MOA). Thus, selecting and using fungicides with different MOAs should be a primary tool for preventing and/or managing resistance. This MOA strategy should be used in conjunction with other resistance management practices to delay the evolution of resistance to fungicides. Continue reading to learn more considerations for soybean fungicide management.