During the past few weeks we have heard much about being prepared for when bad things happen--bad things like devastating natural events. For Iowa soybean producers, one bad thing we knew was a possibility in 2005 was Asian soybean rust (ASR). Numerous meetings and publications provided information for getting producers prepared should this disease become a problem. Happily, as the season progresses toward its end, ASR is still far from Iowa.
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Yang, X. B. and von Qualen, Ralph, "Sentinel plots: The end of the season" (2005). Integrated Crop Management News. 1397.
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