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Bayer CropScience introduces Proline fungicide for soybeans
5/8/2008 1:50 p.m. CDT -- Bayer CropScience recently received registration from the Environmental Protection Agency for Proline(TM) 480 SC fungicide for use on soybeans.
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PIPE in peril: Funding running out for soybean rust monitoring system
By Marilyn Cummins, Editor
StopSoybeanRust.com
4/25/2008 1 p.m. CDT -- U.S. soybean growers could soon find themselves in the dark regarding soybean rust and soybean aphids, unless a new funding source is found fast for the USDA IPM Pest Information Platform Extension and Education program, the basis for the rust monitoring system.
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ISU Soybean Rust Fast Track System gets an overhaul
4/14/2008 8:45 a.m. CDT -- The new role of Iowa's First Detectors and Triage Team Members is to serve as a conduit to get samples submitted properly to Iowa State for testing for soybean rust.
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  • Mississippi ready to battle soybean rust in 2008
  • Good of IL: USDA reports could be important for crop prices
  • Good of IL: Production prospects will become focus in crop markets
  • Good of IL: Acreage and yield to the rescue?
  • Latest Pioneer Crop Insights on soybean rust now available
  • Iowa State, ISA offer new soybean disease and pest field guide
  • Good of IL: Need large 2008 crops, with inventories down, exports up
  • Good of IL: Issues persist with soybean basis
  • PMN launches Focus on Soybean Webcasts and more online
  • National Soybean Rust Symposium proceedings now online
  • Good of IL: Market fundamentals strong, but watch overall economy
  • Researchers unmask how soybean cyst nematodes operate in the plant
  • Good of IL: Prices for 2008 crops move to new highs
  • Colo. State: Above-average 2008 hurricane season ahead
  • Schuermann joins ASA to lead member, industry relations
  • Ohio negative for soybean rust following positive ID in Canada
  • Farmers appointed to serve on U.S. Soybean Export Council
  • ALERT: First-ever soybean rust found in two Nebraska counties
  • ALERT: Asian soybean rust found in central Iowa: Dallas County
  • First Asian soybean rust found in Republic of Congo
  • Sweets of Missouri gives rundown on Midwest soybean rust status
  • Asian soybean rust found in Ghana on soybeans for first time
  • VA Tech monitoring for soybean rust with plots, spore traps
  • Six new parishes in Louisiana have soybean rust on soybeans
  • ISU research reveals molecular changes in soybeans with ASR
  • Crop Adviser Institute offers new modules on soybean rust, aphids
  • New soybean rust guide for the Mid-Atlantic region now online
  • Soybean checkoff offers soybean disease management guide
  • Before-and-after photos bring soybean rust damage into focus
  • Our resource list for rust fungicides/spraying guidelines
  • ALERT: Soybean rust confirmed in north-central OK, AR & FL counties
     
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  • 4/29/2008 8:10 a.m. CDT -- ALERT: Asian soybean rust found on new host in U.S.: Erythrina herbacea, known as coral bean or Cherokee bean, in a known positive kudzu patch in Marion County, FL, week of 4/21. Total counties and parishes with rust in 2008: 16 in five U.S. states; four municipalities in two Mexican states.
  • 4/21/2008 8:45 a.m. CDT -- ALERT: Soybean rust reappears on kudzu in Polk County, Texas. A trace amount was found on new growth in a kudzu sentinel site in the east-TX county. Rust was first found there 1/5, but was no longer found as recently as 3/22.


  • Running tally of 2008 rust finds


  • USDA Observation Map 5/13/2008 -- Red counties are positive for rust. Latest is discovery of new host -- coral bean (or Cherokee bean, Erythrina herbaceare) found in a kudzu plot in Marion County, FL, week of 4/21. Total counties and parishes with rust in 2008: 16 in five U.S. states -- AL 1, FL 9, LA 2, MS 1, TX 3; four municipalities in two Mexican states -- Taumaulipas 3, Veracruz-Llave 1.

  • Running tally of 2007 rust finds
  • Running tally of 2006 rust finds
  • Animated 2005-2006-2007 rust progression maps
  • Side-by-side animated comparisons of '05-'06; '06-'07; '05-'07

  • USDA SBR forecast, issued 5/12: For 5/13-5/14 -- The low that provided plentiful rainfall over the past several days will move away from the Atlantic coast, leaving high pressure in its wake. FL will experience winds from the east with little chance of rain for Tue. and Wed. A new low, however, will develop over the Rockies and move into TX where it will provide rain to eastern TX, AR, MO, LA and MS.
    Risk Area: A risk of spore transport, deposition, and survival will exist around the infected site in Texas. Because Florida will remain mostly sunny, no deposition is expected.
  • U.S. kudzu map
  • Rust sampling/diagnostic resources


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