Scn Management recommendations. State-specific advice.
In several states, SCN populations are reproducing on PI 88788 – the resistance source used in 90+ percent of soybean varieties. As SCN reproduction increases, yields decrease by as much as 14 bushels per acre. That’s why you need to test your fields to know your numbers.
How you actively manage SCN depends on where you farm and what you grow. Below you’ll find the latest SCN management recommendations from your state soybean specialist in NCSRP states.
Nathan Schroeder | Nematologist
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Kaitlyn Bissonnette | Plant Pathologist
University of Missouri - Columbia
Samuel Markell | Plant Pathologist
North Dakota State University
Anne Dorrance | Plant Pathologist
The Ohio State University