Integrated Crop Management News
 

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

5-23-2005

Abstract

No other detection has been reported during the past three weeks. The volunteer soybeans found infected in Seminole County of southern Georgia were removed. Sustained, coordinated, and quality monitoring activities have been carried out in southern states, according to southern region coordinator Don Hershman, extension plant pathologist at the University of Kentucky. Soybeans in sentinel plots in Florida are at flowering stage, but no rust has been reported in soybean plants there.

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Iowa State University

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