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Evaluation of Seed Applied
Nematicide on Soybeans
April 2015



By Tristan Mueller
Iowa Soybean Association
On-Farm Network
Phone: 515-334-1075
Email: tmueller@iasoybeans.com

 

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Summary: Soybean cyst nematode (SCN) is considered the number one yield robbing pathogen on soybeans and is present in all major soybean growing regions. Historically, varietal resistance has been the primary control of SCN, but in recent years newly developed seed treatments can offer additional protection. In a joint project, Iowa State University (ISU) and the Iowa Soybean Association On-Farm Network evaluated Clariva seed applied nematicide on its effectiveness against SCN. In 24 trials across Iowa, Clariva averaged a 0.6 bu/A yield response and in ISU experiments significantly reduced SCN reproduction. Based on this research, Clariva could be an option for farmers to help control SCN. Complete results will be shared in this presentation.


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