Another Look in the Field: SCN in the field and research developments

Many of us say “SCN” like we were spitting and with good reason. Soybean Cyst Nematode remains a thief of yield potential in many soybean production fields across the state, and in spite of our efforts, seems to continue to expand in territory. While we can begin looking for live SCN females attached to soybean roots about five weeks after planting, this is the time of year where field counts are usually highest and thus easiest to identify as problems.

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