Latest Soybean rust Stories
BASEL, Switzerland, March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- -- ELATUS((TM)) fungicide receives regulatory approval in Brazil -- Delivers outstanding control of soybean rust disease --
A new, open-access article (DOI: 10.1603/IPM11001) in the Journal of Integrated Pest Management describes the origin, function, successes, limitations, and future of the Soybean Rust Pest Information Platform for Extension and Education (PIPE).
University of Illinois researchers identified the top pathogens, pests and weeds affecting soybean production in a recent article in Food Security.
Human-driven changes in the earth's atmospheric composition are likely to alter plant diseases of the future.
Agriculture experts say farmers should be on alert, but not panicked, by the discovery of Asian soybean rust in a kudzu patch in Iberia Parish. The fungus, often lethal to soybeans, has been found in southern Louisiana earlier than last year.
Virginia Tech scientists say that there has been a change in the status of the fungus causing Asian Soybean Rust but that the new information is still too preliminary for any action on the part of the Commonwealth's soybean producers.
In response to the discovery of soybean rust in the U.S., plant pathologists are offering an opportunity to learn more about this disease at a symposium held during the annual meeting of The American Phytopathological Society (APS), July 30 â€“ August 3, 2005 in Austin, TX.