Market Journal Spotlights Research on Soybean Cyst Nematode

Market Journal Spotlights Research on Soybean Cyst Nematode

June 14, 2013

On this week's Market Journal, Greg Tylka, Iowa State University Extension plant pathologist, discusses his research on soybean cyst nematode and the effectiveness of new varieties in managing this pest. The interview was taped when the Market Journal team attended the 2013 World Soybean Research Conference in Durban, South Africa last spring.

View entire June 16 Market Journal program.

Also on this week's Market Journal program:

  • Markets Analysis — Mike Briggs, Seward feedlot manager, reacts to the latest USDA World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates. It lowered  esimated U.S. corn production by 135 million bushels and dropped yield to 156.5 bushels per acre.
  • Feeding Residues and Forages — UNL Extension recently held a workshop on the sustainable use of crop residues on cow/calf and yearling operations. Rick Rasby, UNL Extension beef specialist, explains why producers may be forced to use less desirable feed sources.
  • Drought Decision-Making — Matt Stockton, UNL Extension agricultural economist, talks about decision making for cattle producers during drought, including choices when selling part of a herd.
  • Weather Forecast — Al Dutcher, UNL Extension state climatologist, gives his forecast for the coming week.

Next Week

The USDA’s recent supply and demand estimates showed U.S. soybean yield and use unchanged, but slightly lowered the production and yield for U.S. corn. Producer and market analyst Roy Smith will discuss how grain markets may change leading up to the USDA Planted Acreage and Grain Stocks report on June 28.

Broadcast Times

Market Journal — television for agricultural business decisions — is funded by the Nebraska Soybean Board.

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