Becky Johnson

Becky Johnson

  • United States, WA, Auburn
Becky Johnson Auburn, WA
Jul 24
in Soybeans  

"Soybean fields infested with soybean cyst nematode (SCN) may look healthy above ground, but adult SCN females can be detected on the roots of infected plants during the growing season, which may be contributing to the development of sudden death syndrome (SDS). The adult SCN females fill with eggs and eventually die, changing into hardened cysts that protect the eggs in the soil."

Categories: Soybeans, Crop Scouting

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