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4 Ways U.S. Soy is Making Business Sustainable

Checkoff-Funded Tools Help Manufacturers Meet Standards These days, a growing number of companies are making “sustainability” a major business priority. Whether it’s to make sure raw materials will be available to keep their manufacturing plants running, or to reassure curious consumers about where and how product ingredients are sourced, companies across the supply chain are

Scouting Protects Yield and Profitability

Louisiana farmer Charles Cannatella has seen the benefits of crop scouting for his bottom line so many times that he enjoys getting into his fields each year. Scouting fields gives farmers a wealth of information they can use to evaluate crop progress, determine in-season pest-management treatments and amass valuable data that can aid in future

Best Practices for Soybean Scouting

Proper crop scouting provides invaluable information farmers can use to make informed decisions to protect yield and quality in their fields. Getting that information requires a plan for how and when to monitor your fields. More on Scouting:  Scouting Protects Yield and Profitability Scout Now for Better Yield in the Future Top Three Insect-Scouting Tips

Scout Now for Better Yield in the Future

Attentive crop scouting and careful record keeping are important keys not only for maximizing yields this year, but for making decisions for future growing seasons as well. More on Scouting:  Scouting Protects Yield and Profitability Best Practices for Soybean Scouting Top Three Insect-Scouting Tips to Minimize Yield Loss As the growing season progresses, farmers should