As of May 15, no new development of soybean rust has been observed since the detection of soybean rust in volunteer soybeans in Seminole County in southern Georgia. Potential pathway from known source areas. We used historical weather data to assess the potential spore deposition areas from central Florida where soybean rust has been detected. For modeling proposes, a large quantity of spores was assumed, although in reality, spore production so far is limited.
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Yang, X. B.; Del Ponte, E. M.; Kim, Kwang Soo; and Pan, Zaitao, "Soybean rust weekly outlook: May 15, 2005" (2005). Integrated Crop Management News. 1365.
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