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If you have SCN in your fields you can never get rid of it you can only manage it Currently the vast majority of soybean varieties use the same source of resistance PI88788 The explanation for this is simple This is the easiest source of resistance to breed in and still maintain high yielding varieties says John Wilson and Loren Giesler of the University of NebraskaLincoln Extension Managing SCN is all about numbers If you have SCN in your field you will never be able to eliminate it at lea
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Cool spring conditions throughout the Corn Belt have delayed expected timing of rootworm hatch To protect corn from rootworm damage DuPont Pioneer experts encourage multiple management strategies During the growing season focus on routine scouting and evaluation of trait performance Check fields for larval corn rootworm injury to determine pressure and product efficacy Scouting for adult corn rootworms especially in cornoncorn production and fields with suspected resistance is also recommended E