Currently, soybean rust has been reported on kudzu in Alabama, Florida, Louisiana and Texas. Rust was also reported in three states (5 municipalities) in Mexico on yam bean and soybean. These have been destroyed or are no longer active, except for the recent find in Chiapas in extreme southern Mexico. Although soybean rust has been found this season in Texas, Louisiana and Mexico, predictive models suggest that soybean rust activity is behind last year’s pace because of drier conditions in Texas and parts of the southeast.
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