Soy-checkoff-funded production research leads to technology advancements that can benefit U.S. soybean farmers on their operations. Often, private companies springboard off the checkoff’s projects to create new, innovative products. Learn more about the soy-checkoff-funded efforts that are enabling farmers to grow bigger and better crops year after year, and capture some tips that can help farmers directly.
Like thieves in the night, one of U.S. soybean farmers’ biggest enemies – herbicide-resistant weeds – will start looking for ways to sneak back into U.S. soybean fields as soon as the ground starts to
5 Questions for Ed Anderson, Executive Director, North Central Soybean Research Program Industry partnerships are integral to the greater good of farmers, and regional research partnerships are one example. Some soybean-production challenges affect farmers across
Photo credit: Iowa State University Catch this thief early by learning which environmental conditions the disease likes and which management practices it hates Did you know that soybean sudden death syndrome (SDS) is now among
Understanding pathogens that cause disease in soybeans is essential for U.S. soybean farmers. According to Jim Kurle, Ph.D., a category of organisms called oomycetes impact both stand establishment and yield, making them an especially important
Better weather late in growing season could salvage soybean yields, researchers say For many farmers across the middle of the U.S. soybean belt, planting took much longer than normal due to excessive rain in the