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.
Genetic diversity in wild soybeans could improve today’s yield, composition, stress resistance and more Looking across this soybean-research plot in eastern North Carolina, the ancient ancestors of modern soybeans are nearly unrecognizable to the human
Soybean researcher hopes to borrow genes from wild lines to improve yield, composition and pest resistance in varieties that farmers grow Lots of soybean researchers work with soybean genes to improve yield, composition and resistance
Checkoff funding essential to soybean-research efforts, breeders say The soy checkoff is always looking for new ways to improve U.S. soybean production and maximize farmer profitability. An example of that is studying the diverse genetics
Latest genetic and herbicide-resistance packages part of high oleic soy’s future A farmer’s weed-management toolbox is always evolving to add diversity, fight arising resistance or utilize the newest technology. Farmers who grow high oleic soybeans
Industry Unites to Take Action Against Herbicide Resistance Herbicide resistance can’t be overcome by a single commodity group, company, university, farmer or herbicide. That’s why the industry has come together, with leadership from the soy