Unprotected soybean roots ought to be scared. Root-crunching critters, called nematodes, continue to proliferate in fields where farmers plant soybeans and other row crops. Also known as roundworms, nematodes are documented to represent nearly 80% of all animal life — and they live in the dark, below the seedbed, where roots reside. Iowa State University studies, funded by the National Soybean Checkoff, reveal an average 15% to 30% yield reduction from soybean cyst nematode (SCN) ...

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