Field testing of N-Hibit™ seed treatment in 2007 for management of SCN in IowaIntegrated Crop Management News
AbstractN-Hibit™ is a seed-treatment that contains harpin protein, a compound that can stimulate plant defense responses. N-Hibit™ is now being sold in the United States for management of the soybean cyst nematode (SCN). Iowa State University evaluated the effects of N-Hibit™ seed treatment on soybean yield and SCN population densities in experiments at nine locations throughout Iowa. Experiments were conducted in Albert City, Mason City, and Manchester in northern Iowa; Cambridge, Farnhamville, and Urbana in central Iowa; and Council Bluffs, Crawfordsville, and Melrose in southern Iowa. The work was supported by the soybean checkoff through funds from the Iowa Soybean Association.
Copyright OwnerIowa State University
Citation InformationGregory L. Tylka and Christopher C. Marett. "Field testing of N-Hibit™ seed treatment in 2007 for management of SCN in Iowa" (2007)
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