By Greg Tylka, Department of Plant Pathologist
Plant-parasitic nematodes can be a major yield-limiting factor in Midwest corn and soybean production. Iowa State University will be conducting two all-day workshops on the biology, scouting, and management of corn nematodes and the soybean cyst nematode (SCN).
The workshops are being held July 29 and July 30 and will be taught by ISU scientists Thomas Baum, Palle Pedersen and Greg Tylka.
Workshop participants will earn 7.0 Certified Crop Adviser pest management CEUs in each workshop and will receive printed course notes, other print publications, and computer training modules on CDs.
The registration fee for each workshop is $150, and there is a 10 percent discount for individuals registering for both workshops. Enrollment is limited, but there are spots still available in each workshop. Additional workshop details and for registration forms are available online.
Greg Tylka is a professor of plant pathology with extension and research responsibilities in management of plant-parasitic nematodes. Tylka can be contacted at email@example.com or by calling (515) 294-3021.
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