Stripe rust was found early this year in the WIllamette Valley in Oregon. You can read the article on AgProfessional.
Did you know that proper pH and calcium reduces the incidence of Stripe Rust?
In a study conducted by Washington State University, the incidence of Cephalosporium (Rust) stripe decreased significantly when soil pH was raised from 5.1 to 6.0. Grain-yield and test weight increased significantly with increasing soil pH in three out of four years.
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