Minnesota’s Soybean Cyst Nematode testing program evaluated samples from 28 counties statewide, with the majority of those samples from the northwest corner of the state. Over half of the samples tested positive for SCN. Forty-five percent had egg densities high enough to cause yield loss on soybean varieties resistant to SCN. Seven percent had infestations so high that planting soybeans is not recommended.
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