The Illinois Soybean Association’s soy-checkoff-funded Soybean Summits connect Illinois soybean farmers with expert advice about how to increase yields and profits. Consider these five timely soybean-production tips presented recently. For the full presentations, visit www.SoyYieldChallenge.com and click on “Soybean Summit.” Protect pod potential. “Although seed size is important, it is actually seed number that increases
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Use Soil Sampling as Part of Your Soybean Nutrient-Management Program Every farmer knows that fertilizer inputs can be of the biggest crop expenses on the farm and are essential to the vitality of crops. Yet, each year, farmers spend thousands of dollars adding inputs to their fields without sampling their soil first and knowing what
Soy checkoff brings a virtual farming experience to national museum visitors. Contributed by Peter Liebhold, Chair, Division of Work and Industry and exhibition curator. Next summer, visitors to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. will have something else to add to their list of things to see in addition to Dorothy’s
Soy Transportation Coalition sees improvements in Pacific Northwest infrastructure Twenty-five percent of all U.S. soybeans are exported through Pacific Northwest ports; a majority of these beans eventually make their way to China. And with China’s seemingly insatiable appetite for soy continuing to increase, these ports are staying on the cutting edge of technology to make