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Arkansas researchers say row rice may allow for an increased carryover of nematodes when compared with conventional flooded rice. If you haven’t yet tested for nematodes, now is the time. Arkansas nematologist Travis Faske shares his tips.
How a nematicide moves through the soil influences its ability to effectively control plant-parasitic nematodes. Are you reaching nematodes where they live?
Have you tested your soil for nematodes this fall? It’s not too late to see what plant-parasitic pests are lurking underground and preparing to feast on your crop’s root system.
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As soybean cyst nematodes adapt to a popular trait used for genetic resistance, growers should consider alternate modes of action and key practices to preserve yields.
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