In last week's sentinel plot teleconference, no new detections of soybean rust were reported in the South. Extensive survey and monitoring efforts have been carried out on soybean and kudzu plants and results suggest that the disease is still limited to Florida and southern Georgia. Computer models continue to show decreased northward movement of spores produced now in Florida compared with late April and early May.
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Yang, X. B.; Del Ponte, Emerson M.; Kim, Kwang-Soo; and Pan, Zaitao, "Soybean rust outlook - June 5" (2005). Integrated Crop Management News. 1393.
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