Category Archives: Soybean

What’s Your Type? Understanding the soybean cyst nematode HG Type test and why resistant varieties need to be rotated

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Once you’ve sample your field, had it tested, and you have soybean cyst nematode (SCN), you’ll want to consider SCN-resistant varieties, but there are certain populations of SCN that can reproduce on certain SCN-resistant varieties so how do you know what resistant variety is best for your field – you find out the HG Type of your population – a costly test that UT is offering for free this year to TN farmers. Continue reading

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Roundup Ready Soybean Response to Dicamba Exposure

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The most recent inquires have been on what is the likely yield loss from dicamba drift to non-Xtend soybeans? These have come from fields that showed dicamba drift injury to the soybeans this summer and now are staying green delaying harvest this fall.

These questions have been frequent the last few years.  Research funded by the United Soybean Board was conducted in the Mid-south and Midwest this summer to help answer the question. Continue reading

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Soilborne Pathogen Screening: 2017 Results and 2018 Screening

Last week’s article discussed soilborne pathogens as ‘silent yield robbers’ of crops in production fields and the importance of screening. This article elaborates on two of the most common pathogens found in soybean fields, soybean cyst nematode (SCN) and charcoal rot, and presents the results from our 2017 soil screening. Continue reading

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