Most of the fungicides approved for Asian soybean rust management in Iowa, and the United States, belong to either the chloronitrile, strobilurin, or triazole chemical groups. These groups all have different effects and modes of action; therefore, it is essential to understand how each group functions to protect soybean crops from infection by Phakopsora pachyrhizi and subsequent Asian soybean rust disease development.
Robertson, Alison, "Understanding the fungicides that will kill Asian soybean rust" (2005). Integrated Crop Management News. 2364.
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