List of states with Asian rust expanded

Bennett, David
December 2004
Southeast Farm Press;12/15/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 28, p10
Trade Publication
The article presents list of U.S. states where Asian rust plant disease expanded. In mid-November, 2004 with Louisiana and Mississippi having confirmed Asian soybean rust within their borders, scout teams and researchers fanned out across the South to see how far the wind-borne disease had spread. It did not take long to add more states to the list of infected. It informs that on Friday, November 19, the U.S. Department of Agriculture confirmed soybean rust had been found in Florida, Georgia and Alabama.


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