The soybean cyst nematode (SCN) is a serious yield-reducing pathogen of soybeans. It is present in many fields throughout the Midwest, wherever soybeans are grown.
To produce profitable soybean yields in fields infested with SCN, farmers should grow SCN-resistant soybean varieties. SCN-resistant soybeans can produce high yields while keeping SCN population densities from increasing.
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Tylka, Gregory L., "Hundreds of SCN-resistant Soybean Varieties Available for 2014" (2014). Integrated Crop Management News. 31.
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