Soybean Cyst Nematode (SCN) is a yield-robbing pathogen that can be found in almost every field, every year. The good news is that with an integrated approach, this pest can be managed. Learn more about this invasive pest and what you can do to help your growers manage this below-ground threat to their soybean yield.
In 2019, IBM announced it would make IBM PAIRS Geoscope, the company’s AI-enabled cloud technology built for geospatial-temporal data, widely available by offering it across the agribusiness ecosystem.
When it comes to confident nematode management, many U.S. growers will confront a heightened level of risk as nematodes spread and some of the most damaging, such as soybean cyst nematode (SCN), are beginning to overcome resistant seed varieties.
Tiger-Sul’s Wesley Haun discusses the important role sulphur plays in maximizing a crop’s ability to benefit from its application. He’ll go over the critical role it plays in the uptake and utilization of macronutrients, especially nitrogen and phosphorus, and how sulphur has earned a reputation as the fourth major nutrient.
One of the most widespread and damaging pests affecting soybean growers is Soybean Cyst Nematodes, Heterodera glycines. SCN-resistant varieties, long a key weapon against SCN, are rapidly losing their efficacy. In this webinar you’ll learn more about the impact of SCN, and new alternatives for managing this harmful pest.
In this free webinar Donald Messick of The Sulphur Institute will discuss how sulphur has earned its reputation as the fourth major nutrient by maximizing quality, nutrient uptake and economic yields. Wesley Haun of Tiger-Sul Products LLC will share research data that underscores the ROI benefits available through fall application of high-quality sulphur bentonite fertilizers.