A close relative of the cereal cyst nematode was discovered in Washington for the first time this summer. Scientists don't believe quarantines will be required but are assessing the significance of the discovery. Washington State University scientists say they've been dealing with a similar nematode for several years and don't seem overly concerned. Here's WSU's Jim Moyer: "The recommended treatment for the pest is crop rotation and nematode-resistant wheat varieties. These practices keep nematode numbers low, thus reducing damage."