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Soybean rust found on kudzu in Brooks County, Georgia

Agriculture.com Staff 07/18/2006 @ 8:54am

Georgia officials said soybean rust was found yesterday on a sample collected from kudzu in Brooks County, southeast of Quitman. Rust was first found on kudzu in the county on June 29, 2006. Also, Alabama officials are now advising soybean growers closest to the soybean-rust-infected Baldwin County sentinel plot to consider applying fungicides to protect their crops.

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Georgia officials said soybean rust was found yesterday on a sample collected from kudzu in Brooks County, southeast of Quitman. Rust was first found on kudzu in the county on June 29, 2006. Also, Alabama officials are now advising soybean growers closest to the soybean-rust-infected Baldwin County sentinel plot to consider applying fungicides to protect their crops.

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