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Asian Soybean Rust: Notes and Organic Control Options for Farmers



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Introduction

Asian Soybean Rust is a fungal disease that can affect native, edible and forage legumes. It was first detected in the U.S. in 2004 and is spreading through soybean producing regions. This document provides background and general information on the disease, and discusses options that organic growers in particular have for potential control of Asian Soybean Rust. Market implications are also considered.

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