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Higher incidence of soy rust coming to Brazil

There are likely to be more severe and widespread instances of Asian soybean rust ( Phakopsora pachyrhizi) in Brazil this season, according to regional Mato Gross agronomy agency Fundaçao MT researcher José Tadashi Yorinori. There are indications of higher and earlier incidences, he warns. He cites the appearance of diseases in other states in the south, and says that in the Cerrado region, growers planted too early without adopting the policy of many areas of keeping land fallow for 90 days between harvests ( Agrow passim).



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