There is an increasing interest regarding the potential for cover crops and soybean cyst nematode to interact in the field. Particularly with the possibility that cover crops could decrease soybean cyst nematoden numbers.
Although there are many SCN-resistant varieties available for soybean farmers, almost all contain resistance genes from a single soybean breeding line, says Iowa State University Extension's Greg Tylka.
If your yield monitor is indicating low-yielding areas for soybeans, soybean cyst nematodes could be the problem and South Dakota State University Extension discusses how to get to the root of the problem by testing your soil this fall.
Holtwood, Pa., no-tiller Steve Groff no-tills pumpkins with this Monosem planter that includes Pequea’s Residue Slicers, which cut through rolled-down triticale and hairy vetch ahead of the row units. He no-tills pumpkins in 45-inch rows between Memorial Day and the end of June.
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