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Six Signs There Could Be a Problem with Your Soybeans

Causes and common symptoms for soybeans stressed during vegetative growth stages Have you noticed yellowing or discoloring on your soybean plants? Are there signs of insect feeding or plant death? Certain symptoms your plants exhibit could point to the cause of the problem. Understanding how to diagnose your plant can put you ahead when it

We Are the 95 Percent

95 percent of U.S. soybean farmers use sustainable practices “Sustainable” isn’t a new word to U.S. soybean farmers. But, using it to describe practices they have implemented for decades, such as no-till, crop rotation and water management, is a new concept for some. Paul Fruendt, a USB director and soybean farmer from Guthrie, Oklahoma, says