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Soybean Rust Incidence and the Response of Soybeans to Fungicides in 2009



Authors as Published

Dr. Patrick M. Phipps, Tidewater AREC, Suffolk; Erik L. Stromberg, Plant Pathology, Physiology & WeedScience, Blacksburg; Steve Rideout, Eastern Shore AREC, Painter; David Holshouser, Tidewater AREC,Suffolk; Robert Pitman, Eastern Virginia AREC, Warsaw; Taylor Clarke, Mecklenburg County ExtensionAgent; Watson Lawrence, Chesapeake City Extension Agent; David Moore, Middlesex County Extension Agent;and Keith Balderson, King & Queen County Extension Agent

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Publication Date

December 21, 2010