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High Oleic Soybean Oil Opens Up New Opportunities for Industrial Uses Besides the amazing opportunities that high oleic soybean oil brings to the food industry, it also offers a lot of industrial opportunities. High oleic soybean oil has the potential to match, or even exceed, the performance of petroleum in various industrial uses. This could

Palmer Amaranth Can Grow Out of Control Quickly

Important for farmers to take advantage of short management windows Any mention of “Palmer amaranth” is likely to bring a shudder from farmers who have been forced to deal with it. Common in the southern United States for several years, this devastating weed keeps creeping further and further north, making those negative reactions more and

Field Day Breaks the Bad News on the Future of Weed Management

Weed scientists offer 10 commandments for battling Palmer amaranth Standing against a backdrop of 7-foot-tall herbicide-resistant Palmer amaranth plants so thick that the soybeans planted in that field earlier this year are almost unrecognizable, it’s not hard for Larry Steckel to get his point across. “It’s getting scary; we’re running out of herbicides,” says Steckel,

Mission: Quality Control

While farmers will have plenty on their minds during harvest, one thing that cannot be ignored is quality control, particularly dumping treated seed in with harvested soybeans. Even a small amount of contamination can affect the amount of money a farmer receives at the elevator and can even halt entire international shipments. “Contamination will put