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.
Many farmers may be questioning whether their soybeans need a fungicide seed treatments this planting season. But that depends on many factors – from weather and planting date to drainage and seed costs. And if
What do marestail and henbit have in common? They’re two species of weeds that can remain dormant all winter and spring back to life before planting, causing serious problems for U.S. soybean farmers. But keep
Four soybean-production practices to help keep diseases from spreading Until recently, researchers have not considered fungicide-resistant plant pathogens to be a major issue in corn and soybean production. That’s because most farmers do not treat
Study finds higher yields for earlier maturity group – even with later planting It’s been a cold, wet spring for much of the soybean belt. For farmers in the South, especially, soybean planting could be
Achieving big goals starts with first steps. Just like NASA’s Project Mercury provided the United States with the groundwork for manned space travel and eventual moonwalks, two soy-checkoff funded soybean research projects are building a