Checking the roots of SCN-resistant soybean cultivars for SCN females is a good way to gauge if the resistant cultivars are not controlling the nematode, says Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.
Growing SCN-resistant varieties with varying sources of resistance and nematode-protectant seed treatments in rotation with corn is the best approach for prolonging profitable soybean production in SCN-infested fields.
On this episode of Conservation Ag Update, brought to you by CultivAce, Hickory, N.C., record-breaking no-tiller Russell Hedrick shares how he was able to decrease his soybean seeds per pound from 2,800 to under 1,400.
In the Farmer Feature segment, Hopkinton, Iowa, no-tiller Ryan Gibbs gives a crash course on how to use a refractometer to measure brix levels in corn and soybeans.
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