SCN Coalition: Reinforcing and Maintaining Local Efforts and Sustainable Yields

Grants and Contracts Details


Dr. Carl Bradley's extension and research program at the University of Kentucky will help lead a national and local SCN awareness campaign that will include key messages of SCN resistance management. Specific actions will include sampling soybean fields in Kentucky to determine what levels of SCN are present in the state, and to conduct HG Type tests on samples from select fields to determine how SCN populations have changed in Kentucky. Dr. Bradley will also work closely with Extension Agents and other Extension personnel at the University of Kentucky and cooperators from other universities in preparing a unified message on how soybean growers should be more aware of SCN and the steps they can take to help manage SCN own fields.
Effective start/end date10/1/209/30/21


  • United Soybean Board: $430,000.00


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