In 2015, 13 currently available commercial seed treatments were evaluated at three locations in Iowa. Seed treatments that reduce the risk of seedling diseases, soybean cyst nematode (SCN) and sudden death syndrome (SDS) were included in the trial. The goal of the trials is to provide information of the effect of commercial seed treatments on stand count, disease incidence and severity, and yield of soybean. Funding is provided by Iowa Soybean Association.
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Robertson, Alison E.; Serrano, Mauricio; and Wiggs, Stith N., "2015 Evaluation of Commercial Seed Treatments on Soybean at Three Locations in Iowa" (2016). Integrated Crop Management News. 2336.
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