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Anytime the same control method repeatedly targets a pest, resistance inevitably results. In this case, the culprit is PI 88788, the source of SCN resistance for over 95% of soybean varieties. Over time, SCN has adapted to this resistance source.
Many producers are so caught up in daily chores that they don't pause to check a road map or reflect on their destination. They don't ask directions: How do I define success? What is my priority? Am I on track?
In 2006, after hearing that his father wanted to sell some of his cows, Mike Orwig decided it was time he carry on the family tradition. After realizing his passion for cattle, he moved his family from a suburb in Des Moines to 70 acres of land in rural Io
Nitrogen management has long been one of the biggest challenges most corn growers face each year. The run-up in nitrogen prices over the past two years has greatly exascerbated the situation.
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The problem with SCN is that, unlike other soybean pests, it can cut yield without having any visible symptoms, according to a report from University of Nebraska Extension. Yields may be reduced 20% to 30% on healthy looking plants.
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