We are completing our second crop season since Asian soybean rust (ASR) was found in the United States. We can breathe a sigh of relief and give thanks that ASR did not make its way to Iowa. Indeed, this potentially devastating disease has not plagued the entire north-central United States. Had conditions been favorable for this disease, we were ready to give producers fair warning.
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von Qualen, Ralph and Yang, X. B., "Sentinel plots at end of the 2006 season" (2006). Integrated Crop Management News. 1349.
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