Resources by Steve Rideout
|Soybean Rust Incidence and the Response of Soybeans to Fungicides in 2007||May 1, 2009||2810-1016|
|Soybean Rust Incidence and the Response of Soybeans to Fungicides in 2008||Nov 19, 2009||2911-1420|
|Common Diseases of Soybean in the Mid-Atlantic Region||Feb 17, 2010||3001-1435|
|Soybean Rust Incidence and the Response of Soybeans to Fungicides in 2009||Dec 21, 2010||3012-1520|
|Soybean Disease Control: Response of Soybeans to Foliar Sprays of Fungicides in 2005||May 1, 2009||450-561|
|Soybean Rust Incidence and the Response of Soybeans to Foliar Fungicides in 2006||
The spread of soybean rust northward through states along the Atlantic Coast began on soybeans in Alabama, Georgia, and Florida. The disease was first reported in South Carolina on 21 August, North Carolina on 14 September, and Virginia on 9 October. The epidemic of 2006 was far reaching in that disease outbreaks occurred on soybeans as far north as Illinois and Indiana and east to Virginia
|May 1, 2009||450-562|
|2019 Mid-Atlantic Commercial Vegetable Production Recommendations||
This guide lists vegetable varieties that are available and are adapted to the mid-Atlantic region, gives an overview of cultural practices, and list chemicals recommended to manage pests, diseases and weeds in vegetable crops. New varieties of vegetables are constantly being developed throughout the world. While all efforts are made to have comprehensive lists, not all varieties that are adapted will be listed.
|Jan 25, 2019||456-420 (SPES-103P)|
|IMPACT: Virginia Potato Disease Advisory Impact||
Potatoes are a major food crop on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, with average annual cash receipts of $14 million (2011-13).
|Nov 13, 2014||ANR-105P|
|Late Blight of Tomato and Potato||Nov 20, 2018||ANR-6 (SPES-72P)|
|Southeastern U.S. 2019 Vegetable Crop Handbook||
New varieties and strains of particular varieties of vegetables are constantly being developed throughout the world. Since it is impossible to list and describe all of them, only some of the better performing commercial types are listed in the specific crop section, either alphabetically or in order of relative maturity from early to late. These varieties are believed to be suitable for commercial production under most conditions.
|Feb 13, 2019||AREC-66NP (SPES-106NP)|
|USDA Edamame Project||Feb 15, 2019||SPES-104NP|