Project Details:

Title:
Integrated management of soybean nematodes in Arkansas

Parent Project: This is the first year of this project.
Checkoff Organization:Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board
Categories:Soybean diseases
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Project Year:2019
Lead Principal Investigator:Travis Faske (University of Arkansas)
Co-Principal Investigators:
Michael Emerson (University of Arkansas)
Terry Kirkpatrick (University of Arkansas)
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Project Summary

GOAL: Determine the significance and potential risk of plant-parasitic nematodes on soybeans in Arkansas. To evaluate currently existing methods for controlling nematodes in soybeans, and to test newly emerging control technology and resistant cultivars. Encourage producers and consultants to sample for nematodes in soybean fields. Develop sustainable, economically feasible nematode management strategies for Arkansas producers.

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Benefit to Soybean Farmers

GOAL: Determine the significance and potential risk of plant-parasitic nematodes on soybeans in Arkansas. To evaluate currently existing methods for controlling nematodes in soybeans, and to test newly emerging control technology and resistant cultivars. Encourage producers and consultants to sample for nematodes in soybean fields. Develop sustainable, economically feasible nematode management strategies for Arkansas producers.

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YearProject Title (each year)
2019Integrated management of soybean nematodes in Arkansas