Three nematode species – the southern root-knot nematode (RKN), Meloidogyne incognita,
the soybean cyst nematode (SCN), Heterodera glycines, and the reniform nematode (RN),
Rotylenchulus reniformis – are responsible for the majority of soybean yield losses
due to nematodes. Find resources to identify and manage nematodes in Jackson County.
Choosing which varieties to plant is a cornerstone of all crop production systems.
The Variety Testing Program conducts replicated field trials at multiple locations
representing the major production regions in Arkansas each year. In addition to yield,
and depending on the crop and specific test, other information that may be reported
including reaction to pests, crop quality, date of maturity, and shattering resistance.
Find guidelines and recommendations based upon research funded, in part, by Arkansas
Rice Grower check-off funds administered by the Arkansas Rice Research and Promotion
Additional rice resources
Developed by the Soybean Commodity Committee of the Cooperative Extension Service,
and authored by professional soybean workers of the University of Arkansas Division
Additional soybean resources
Arkansas-specific information on hybrid selection, soil and water management, plant
nutrition, integrated pest management, harvesting, and safety considerations in the
production of corn.
Additional corn resources
The latest evidence-based, unbiased research, education and solutions for cotton crop