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Back to Basics for Soybean Planting

Six tips for the beginning of the year to maximize soybean yield at the end of it By Seth Naeve, University of Minnesota As we enter soybean planting time, the most critical management period for soybean production, it’s a good time to remember a few of the most critical decisions that can be made, including:

Five Tips to Stay Ahead of Herbicide-Resistant Weeds

University of Wisconsin researcher Vince Davis says herbicide-resistant weeds cost U.S. farmers $2 billion a year. And considering how fast resistance is expanding through the soybean-producing region of the United States, that figure is likely still climbing. Now is a critical time for soybean farmers to manage against these yield robbers. Here are five tips

Six farm-safety tips to keep in mind this planting season

“Just because it has never happened does not mean it couldn’t.” That statement by Chip Petrea, researcher in agriculture safety and health at the University of Illinois, may seem obvious. But with planting season speeding up, it’s worth remembering. Petrea recently shared some tips to keep in mind as farmers prepare for planting, including: Transport Safely:

Biodiesel Mechanic-Training Course Helps Create Advocates

“I learned a lot of stuff I didn’t know.” That was the response from one student who completed a recent mechanic’s training session on biodiesel. And it was exactly the response the Kentucky Soybean Board (KSB) was hoping for when it decided to sponsor the sessions. KSB offered the rigorous online course to diesel mechanics