Cold winter staves off killer, for now

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Published: April 25,2010

Tags: SOYBEAN RUST, Tom Allen

A cold winter that killed kudzu plants even on the Gulf Coast led to the eradication of soybean rust in Mississippi, but one state plant pathologist doesn’t want growers to become complacent. Tom Allen, Extension plant pathologist for the Delta Research and Extension Center in Stoneville, said rust was detected on kudzu plants in January […]

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