Last year, Asian soybean rust moved slowly and did not show up in Iowa. Because of the dry weather conditions that prevailed during the 2005 growing season, one cannot draw a meaningful conclusion. Therefore, soybean rust remains a major concern for soybean producers in the northern regions. A common question asked this winter has been: what is the risk of a soybean rust outbreak in the upcoming season?
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Del Ponte, E. M. and Yang, X. B., "Update: Outbreak prediction for Asian soybean rust in Iowa" (2006). Integrated Crop Management News. 1197.
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