As the planting season progresses, there have been questions on possible spore movement from overwintering regions to the Gulf Coast states, such as Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas, which are considered more epidemiologically important sources to spread inoculum to the northern states. It is expected that each new event reported may lead people to think of its potential impact on the future spread of the disease. This article addresses some of the issues.
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