American Soybean Association to sponsor Asian rust seminars

January 2005
Southeast Farm Press;1/19/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p22
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The article focuses on the decision of the American Soybean Association (ASA) to organize the 2005 Winter Soybean Rust Seminars. ASA began the latest series of soybean rust education meetings on January 10, 2004 in Dubuque, Iowa. The ASA aims to help educate and inform soybean growers. The seminars will include presentations on soybean rust basics, detection techniques, protecting crops from soybean rust and fundamentals of fungicide application. Representatives from the U.S, Department of Agriculture and various agribusinesses, along with state rust specialists, will present information to growers.


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