Columbia lance nematode, CLN [Hoplolaimus columbus Sher], is a migratory endo-and ectoparasite of soybean and commonly causes yield reductions of up to 30% in tolerant cultivars. Complete crop failure may occur on moisture-stressed or susceptible cultivars. First recognized as a major parasite of cotton and soybean in 1967 (Fassultiotis et al., 1968), CLN now infests a large portion of the coastal plain of South Carolina, Georgia, and North Carolina. .pdf
Weiser, G. C.; Mueller, J. D.; and Shipe, E. R.
"Research Notes : United States : Response of tolerant and susceptible soybean cultivars to Columbia lance nematode,"
Soybean Genetics Newsletter: Vol. 14
, Article 62.
Available at: https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/soybeangenetics/vol14/iss1/62