Project Details:

Title:
Improving management of soybean cyst nematode through Extension demonstration and outreach

Parent Project: This is the first year of this project.
Checkoff Organization:North Central Soybean Research Program
Categories:Nematodes, Communication, Breeding & genetics
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Project Year:2010
Lead Principal Investigator:Loren Giesler (University of Nebraska)
Co-Principal Investigators:
Gregory Tylka (Iowa State University)
Douglas Jardine (Kansas State University)
George Bird (Michigan State University)
Ray Hammerschmidt (Michigan State University)
Samuel Markell (North Dakota State University)
Albert Tenuta (Ontario Ministry of Agriculture-Food & Rural)
Jamal Faghihi (Purdue University)
Lawrence Osborne (South Dakota State University)
Anne Dorrance (The Ohio State University)
Terry Niblack (University of Illinois-Carbondale)
Carl Bradley (University of Kentucky)
Dean Malvick (University of Minnesota)
Laura Sweets (University of Missouri)
Paul Esker (University of Wisconsin)
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Keywords: Soybean Cyst Nematode - Educational Activities, Soybean Cyst Nematode - Genetic Resistance, Soybean Cyst Nematode - HG-Populations, Soybean Cyst Nematode - Management

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Project Summary

The project's goal is to improve soybean cyst nematode (SCN) management in the North Central states. As part of this overall goal the researchers will conduct several large scale on-farm demonstrations to provide information usable in all states which will be summarized and distributed as fact sheets. In addition, the effects of different resistant sources on SCN populations will be demonstrated.

In 2009, thirty-one large field plots were established in the twelve states and Ontario. The participants tested multiple varieties containing the major SCN resistance genes. At some locations several different soybean varieties contained the PI88788 source of resistance.

The 2008 data were summarized and presented in a poster at the North Central American Phytopathological Society meeting and used to develop a SCN management fact sheet. The fact sheet was distributed to all states involved in this project and used at many field days in the region.

Project Objectives

1. Establish large scale on-farm demonstration plots in twelve north-central states and Ontario.
2. Compare performance of soybean varieties containing the major SCN resistance genes.
3. Compile the information into annual updates and fact sheets.

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