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You may not know it, but nematodes that feed on corn were here before the first settlers arrived. These microscopic animals of many types and sizes lived on native grasses on the prairies before corn was introduced and offered an acceptable alternative plant host.
Ray Knake, agronomist for Bayer CropScience, says changes in farming practices in recent years have favored nematodes that feed on corn, resulting in many fields having all or pockets of the field above threshold levels for at least one species of nematode. He’ll share the symptomology of nematode feeding, factors that favor vulnerability and ways to test for and protect your corn yields from nematode feeding and damage.
(Total Run Time: 55 Minutes; File Size: 26.2 Megabytes)
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